TIBL presented in Brussels

Peter Mazohl (on behalf of the project consortium) was invited to the expert workshop on “Key Challenges and Solutions for Promoting Online Training among SMEs in Europe”. He had the opportunity to present the TIBL-Project and to discuss currently identified problems in education, the position of MOOCs in the educational landscape, the problems of motivation […]

Blended Learning – explained simple

Blended learning has become a mainstream approach to learning in higher education. Teachers are commonly drawing upon a mix of digital technologies and face to face approaches to enhance the learning outcomes of their students. The term itself blended learning has many definitions which are varied in the explanations. On behalf of International Council for […]

Does eLearning increase the motivation of the learner?

eLearning & motivation of learners El-Seoud, Seddiek, Taj-Eddin et.alt.1 (2014) mention that “… recent studies indicate that university students who have been enrolled on e-learning courses outperform those being taught on traditional courses”. This would indicate a higher level of success using eLearning included in teaching activities. From my point of view, the technological approach […]

Do Students like partner work?

Partner work in teaching physics using a learner-centered approach Traditional teaching from a teacher centered approach is shifting to a modern teaching using a learner centered approach. Here the active involvement of students is an important issue. Teaching physics, I tried to bring students to active learning, being active parts in the learning and not […]

Technology Enhanced Teaching

Technology Enhanced Teaching Technology enhanced learning is a non-precisely defined term. In some context, it is used as a synonym for eLearning, in other context it refers to technology enhanced classrooms and means “learning with technology”. Many articles and books have been written to this topic. Today technology in the classroom has become reality. Flexible […]

The EFQuBL

The EFQuBL The “European Foundation for Quality in Blended Learning” is a non-profit association with increasing number of members. The head of the association is Peter Mazohl. He is a specialists in TEL (technology enhanced learning, former eLearning) and Blended Learning. Organisation The organisation has three departments: A research department with Harald Makl as the […]