Læring på og i Blended Learning

Nøgleord: Blended Learning, Læringsteori, Fleksibel Læring, Hybrid læring, Læreprocesser

Resumé

Forskningen peger på, at der mangler viden om, hvad der karakteriserer læringen i Blended Learning, og hvordan læreprocesser præges af disse fleksibelt tilrettelagte uddannelser. Mange forskningsartikler har blot rammesat, hvilken epistemologisk læringsopfattelse de læner sig op ad frem for at undersøge, hvad der er det særegne ved netop læringen i fleksibelt tilrettelagte uddannelsesforløb. Denne artikel analyserer forskelle og ligheder i 2 måder at tilgå og beskrive læringen. På baggrund af analyserne diskuteres, hvilken betydning de forskellige udgangspunkter for læring får for forståelse af læreprocesserne i de fleksible undervisningsmiljøer, og hvilke muligheder og begrænsninger de 2 perspektiver giver for måden at tilrettelægge Blended Learning på. Det konkluderes, at der på trods af sammenfald i de forskellige tilgange til at beskrive og definere læringen også er væsensforskelle. Hvor læring som tilkobling primært relaterer sig til konstruktivistiske og socialkonstruktivistiske perspektiver, så inkluderer læring udledt af empirisk forskning i Blended Learning andre centrale begreber.

Forfatterbiografi

Susanne Dau, UCN

Programleder og Docent for forskningsprogrammet Professionsudvikling og Uddannelsesforskning, Forskningsafdelingen UCN, ph.d, MLP, RN.

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Publiceret
2020-05-05
Citation/Eksport
Dau, S. (2020). Læring på og i Blended Learning. Tidsskriftet Læring Og Medier (LOM), 12(22), 23. https://doi.org/10.7146/lom.v12i22.115955
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