The adoption of hybrid learning in Third level education Dublin Lucrecia Mundo Cervantes 2023-04-13T13:48:01Z 2023-04-13T13:48:01Z 2022-11
dc.description.abstract The purpose of the study was to analyze if third-level education in Dublin was ready to adopt hybrid learning based on the student’s perspective. The study was supported by secondary research such as Analysis books, Reports, government documents, National bodies’ documents, Journals, and previous studies. And primary research was done by interpretivism approach, inductive Research using the mixed method, quantitative through the responses of 620 surveys, and qualitative through 3 interviews. Interesting results were found in the primary research such as Teachers required constant training not just in technology but also in pedagogical and communication. Students considered that teachers were using traditional tools to deliver class instead of taking advantage of the technology and those factors affected their engagement with their learnings. Also, students didn’t consider the interaction with teachers and college staff as a factor to be engaged with their studies. And that they felt more comfortable asking questions during class rather than technological tools. From the student’s perspective, F2F classes were the best option for them, followed by hybrid. It was concluded that there was still a long way to go to achieve better results and adopt Hybrid learning in Third level education
dc.identifier.citation Cervantes, 2022
dc.language.iso en
dc.title The adoption of hybrid learning in Third level education Dublin
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