Individualisation in Blended Learning

Individualisation as a factor of success in Blended Learning? Psychological and economic effects of the individualisation by feedback illustrated by an example of a Blended Learning offer in the health sector

  • The social lives of human beings in highly-developed societies are influenced by individualisation processes. While the forms of life are becoming pluralized, the vitae of human beings have become flexible. This fact is mainly revealed by the connection between educational processes and work. “Lifelong Learning” is an omnipresent term. Learning has become a permanent task, which is accompanied by the programmatic postulation for self-controlled learning processes of adults.
  • Computer-assisted learning arrangements in further education are to give special consideration to the heterogeneity of educational, professional and life biographies. An important aspect is communication, interaction and feedback from tutors and other students. Feedback measures represent a tool for supporting individualised learning. Feedback has the potential for the individual and efficient acquisition of knowledge in computer-assisted learning environments.
  • The dissertation deals with a concrete offer of further education and develops a model with the aid of which decisions on the configuration of individualised further education are to be reached.