A Mathematical Blended Learning Model for University Students
Keywords:blended learning, quality of learning, quality of blended learning, mathematical model, optimization task.
The article aims to develop a model for assessing the quality of blended learning for university students. Different viewpoints on blended learning and the quality of learning are summarized and systematized. A model and method for assessing the quality of blended learning are presented. Approaches are developed for obtaining estimates of the quality of learning based on a priori and a posteriori assessment methods.
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