Yıl 2018, Cilt 4, Sayı 10, Sayfalar 52 - 60 2018-04-28

THE INTEGRATION OF BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH IN MOROCCAN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: MOHAMMED I UNIVERSITY OUJDA AS A CASE STUDY

Assya Bouali [1]

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This piece of research adds to the growing number of studies by investigating the blended-learning experience lived in Moroccan higher educational institutions namely that of University Mohammed the first. It aims to explore, describe, and assess the blended-learning experience adopted in a postgraduate degree called ‘Engineering of Training and Educational Technology’ EFTE. It then seeks to present the variety of modes of instruction adopted within this blended-learning training. 

Blended-Learning, Teaching, Learning, Instruction, Education, Technology
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Yazar: Assya Bouali
E-posta: assya.bouali@gmail.com
Ülke: Morocco


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APA Bouali, A . (2018). THE INTEGRATION OF BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH IN MOROCCAN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: MOHAMMED I UNIVERSITY OUJDA AS A CASE STUDY. International E-Journal of Advances in Education, 4 (10), 52-60. DOI: 10.18768/ijaedu.415400
MLA Bouali, A . "THE INTEGRATION OF BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH IN MOROCCAN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: MOHAMMED I UNIVERSITY OUJDA AS A CASE STUDY". International E-Journal of Advances in Education 4 (2018): 52-60 <http://ijaedu.ocerintjournals.org/issue/36556/415400>
Chicago Bouali, A . "THE INTEGRATION OF BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH IN MOROCCAN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: MOHAMMED I UNIVERSITY OUJDA AS A CASE STUDY". International E-Journal of Advances in Education 4 (2018): 52-60
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