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Jipsy Malhotra, Pankhuri Sharma


Blended learning became one of the most well-liked pedagogical ideas, Since blended learning took off, a growing number of studies have discussed it. Traditional face-to-face learning could not be combined with remote learning environments due to a lack of technology. Yet in the last ten years, new
technological advancements have filled the gap between traditional face-to-face learning and distributed learning settings. A learning system based on cutting-edge technology with blended learnin as a potential consequence. The appeal of the blended learning strategy is the inclusion of technology- assisted learning techniques to the currently used traditional learning methods. The incorporation of technology significantly improves the entire experience of teaching and learning by addressing drawbacks of the conventional method. Also Blended learning frequently combines conventional classroom and online learning activities, such as guest lecturers, multimedia presentations, dreaming up, testimonials, demonstrations, small-group discussions, project-based learning, knowledge building, instructional programs, virtual world, and many other classroom teaching methods that can enhance students' learning. In addition to using more conventional teaching methods, blended learning methods provide students and teachers the chance to get used to the technologically enhanced learning environment. The present study aims to identify the emerging trends in blended learning . The study's primary goal is to explore and evaluate the newest trends in blended learning. According to previous studies, distributed learning environments will have a major influence on blended learning in the future.

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