Rise of hybrid learning


Indispensable: Digital and interactive tech can boost student engagement. – 123rf.com

THE Covid-19 pandemic took the world by storm, forcing every industry to rethink the way it operates.

To preserve the continuity of learning, educational institutions began to incorporate instructional and communication technologies into learning to connect teachers to students, support the delivery of learning content, and facilitate engagement, learning and assessment – in both physical as well as remote settings.

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