Time to blend learning? A reflective practice on blended learning in an English Foundation Programme at Bahrain Polytechnic.

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Abstract

Blended Learning is a novel approach in our English Foundation
Programmes at Bahrain Polytechnic. This article summarises my
experience of embracing BL using Driscoll’s (1994) model of reflection.
I found that BL can complement andragogy, promoting flexibility for
adult learners while catering to 21st-century learners. This is a model
that can be reconstructed, tailored, and improved to comply with the
evolution of education, the advancements in technology, and the nature
and expectations of learners in a fast-paced world. Thus, having the
potential to be successfully implemented across contexts.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)37–39
Number of pages3
JournalINFORM
Issue number23
Publication statusPublished - 2024

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