Blended Learning Applied to an Introductory Course on Conceptual Physics
Keywords:Blended-learning, Conceptual Physics, Continuous Personalized Assessment, ICT
In this paper, we show aspects of the commencement of a novel introductory Physics course with conceptual emphasis. An instructional flexible design in the format of blending learning is presented that combines master classes via teleconference with additional activities in a virtual environment of learning orchestrated by LMS Blackboard. In the forums, workshops and virtual laboratories the impact is evaluated as a grading system based on Continuous Personalized Evaluation
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