The Context of Blended Learning as a Driving Force - Does the Type of Education Matter?
||Thomson, Bob; Bob Martens
||The Context of Blended Learning as a Driving Force - Does the Type of Education Matter?
||11th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - "Real estate education: Built environment schools vs business schools" - Delft (Netherlands) November 27th-28th 2015
||Real estate education across Europe is predominantly embedded in either schools of built environment or business schools. The framework conditions and especially the size of the student cohorts have a significant impact on the setup and handling of teaching and subsequent learning facilities. Blended learning is to regarded a didactical meaningful combination of traditional face-to-face instruction and state-of-the-art e-learning formats. This contribution is reporting on a survey with accompanying structured interviews conducted with representatives stemming from both types of real estate education. The survey itself has already been presented at the ERES2015 conference in Istanbul. The interviews serve as augmenting case studies touching upon four main areas: delivery of content, training, strategic impetus, culture. The questions for the case studies were sent in advance to the interview partners (in order to settle preparation) and undertaken using a videoconference.
||Learning environment; Teaching methods; Computer mediation
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