Researchers from the UST Research Center for Social Sciences and Education recently published a study investigating the factors associated with the intention of tertiary education faculty members to use the blended learning approach.
Asst. Prof. Ronaldo R. Cabauatan, PhD, Prof. Chin Uy, PhD, Asst. Prof. Ronaldo A. Manalo, DBA, and RCSSEd Director Belinda D.V. de Castro, PhD published the paper entitled “Factors Affecting Intention to Use Blended Learning Approach in the Tertiary Level: A Quantitative Approach” in the Scopus-indexed journal “Higher Education for the Future,” Volume 8, Issue 2.
The paper looked into the perceptions of faculty members of a comprehensive Philippine university and documented aversions to the blended learning approach due to the “amount of time [needed] for preparing materials, checking online submissions, and communicating with students.” The researchers argued that more opportunities for instructors to use the blended learning approach “will help them realize the importance of their role and that of the technology for the success of blended learning.”
Access the article here: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/23476311211011934