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V. 8 N. 1 (2023): Didattica innovativa e faculty development: dimensioni teoriche e operative

Hybrid Blended Learning Solution for Teacher Education Innovation

12 June 2023


The study reports data from the implementation of hybrid blended learning solutions (HBLS) in initial teacher training programmes for pre-school and primary school teachers. The design of the relevant university courses were revised in a transformative way, using innovative and digitally integrated approaches (DM 289/2021). Twenty teacher educators and 364 students were involved through the administration of semi-structured questionnaires whose dimensions investigated organizational flexibility to facilitate work-life balance processes, methodological quality and the role of teachers in HBLS.

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