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Pages: 8113-8119
Publication year: 2017
ISBN: 978-84-617-8491-2
ISSN: 2340-1079
doi: 10.21125/inted.2017.1913

Conference name: 11th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 6-8 March, 2017
Location: Valencia, Spain

EXPLORING THE APPLICATION OF HYBRID TEACHING/LEARNING METHOD IN INTERACTION DESIGN CLASS

H. Ayanoglu

UNIDCOM/IADE (PORTUGAL)
The evolution of digital technologies over the last years suggests that there is a growing need for educational scholars to consider new and more applicable models. Program directors and universities could devise novel approaches to curriculum design that are effective in delivering a multidisciplinary blend of theory and best practices. In addition to the technological developments, other factors have contributed to the application of some online teaching method, such as, enhancement of technology, increased accessibility, free up classroom space, reaching wider audience, removal of psychological and social barriers to interaction; schedule flexibility, among others. Distance and face-to-face education have their own advantages and in order to achieve better teaching and learning results, the strong parts of these two can be combined for specific classes (i.e., Interaction Design) in which implementation of hybrid teaching approach would be a good choice. Since Interaction Design (IxD) is an area that is closely related with technology, it is more expected to use technological approaches (i.e., hybrid teaching) throughout its teaching program. IxD has been taught face-to-face in undergraduate degree at IADE. The program of the IxD class is consisted of two parts: theoretical and practical. Since the percentage of the practical part is more than theoretical, hybrid teaching method can be a good solution to enhance performance of students exposed to a hybrid teaching methodology than the performance of students exposed to face-to-face classes. Therefore, this paper argues the applicability of hybrid teaching and learning approach to IxD class in undergraduate degree.
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H. Ayanoglu (2017) EXPLORING THE APPLICATION OF HYBRID TEACHING/LEARNING METHOD IN INTERACTION DESIGN CLASS, INTED2017 Proceedings, pp. 8113-8119.
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