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Hybrid education

How to drive the digital transformation of schools


Catalonia is immersed in a process of educational transformation, and digitalisation can mean either an acceleration or a stumbling block.

Devices, connectivity, guidance and basic training are not enough to ensure that the digitalisation of education promotes more effective learning and bridges the digital gap.

This is why pedagogical designs are needed to help teachers and schools apply digital technologies with active and competent methodologies to prevent them from being used to reproduce transmission models.

To make digitisation a tool for improving learning, international research is clear: hybrid learning is the model of educational digitisation that produces the best educational outcomes in primary and secondary education.

It has the advantage of combining the best of face-to-face learning (group cohesion, collaboration, involvement) and of virtuality and asynchrony (reflective work, focused work and student autonomy).

Hybrid education. How to drive the digital transformation of schools positions the main objectives, criteria, guidelines and key actions for the government and schools to implement a hybrid learning model with two main objectives: quality and educational transformation, and equality and inclusion.


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