Agile-blended learning as a metropolitan teaching approach

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Abstract

This paper proposes a novel pedagogical approach, named Agile-Blended Learning (AB learning), designed for individuals residing in metropolitan areas who have a multitude of commitments, including long working hours and familial obligations, and who prefer utilizing technology for learning. Learners in metropolitan areas require flexibility, personalized learning, and possess a strong inclination towards self-management of their learning process. The AB learning approach consists of four fundamental features: flexibility, collaboration, learner autonomy, and technology mediation. AB learning offers flexibility in various areas, such as time, spatial delivery, study mode, pace, course design, learning activities, and learning materials. As a crucial component of AB learning, collaborative learning emphasizes both peer-to-peer collaboration and collaboration between learners and teachers throughout the learning process. Additionally, learners are provided with a high degree of autonomy when planning, designing, and implementing their learning, including in terms of time, space, content, and learning modes. Finally, AB learning incorporates a broad range of technologies to enhance flexibility and personalized learning. The use of educational technologies not only enriches learners’ experiences but also improves their digital literacy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBlended Learning: Lessons Learned and Ways Forward
Subtitle of host publicationICBL 2023
Pages14-19
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2023

Publication series

NameLecture Notes in Computer Science
PublisherSpringer
Volume13978

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