International Journal of Entrepreneurship (Print ISSN: 1099-9264; Online ISSN: 1939-4675)


Challenges for New Generation Entrepreneurs in Adoption of Blended Learning: An Empirical Study

Author(s): Priyanka Sehgal, Supriya Bhutiani, Mohammad Jamshed, Manpreet Kaur, Jayaprakash Jala

In the past few decades, it’s been seen that the model of blended learning becomes the firm alternate and also expands the traditional methods of teaching. Studies have been done for assessing the blended learning approach for education analytically. On the basis of in depth literature review and assessment of course integration of blended learning, the researchers counter several challenges as well as opportunities offered by the educational institutions. Thus, these studies encapsulate successful implementation of the model of blended learning through a mix of in person and online learning. In future, the outcome of these studies might open the way for researchers and authors for designing their researches for deeply investigating therein. The reason for using hybrid method was to improve the participation of students, preparation as well as understanding of the students and for encouraging an active and not passive approach for learning

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