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Evaluation of Hybrid Learning in a Construction Engineering Context: A Mixed-Method Approach
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Advances in Engineering Education Volume 5, Number 3,

Abstract

Engineering educators call for a widespread implementation of hybrid learning to respond to rapidly changing demands of the 21st century. In response to this call, a junior-level course in the Construction Engineering program entitled Construction Equipment and Heavy Construction Methods was converted into a hybrid learning model. The overarching goal in the hybrid course development was to take the content that can be engaged outside the class to an online platform so that class time can be used more efficiently for authentic and realistic open-ended problems included in-class and homework assignments. This study reports the design, development, and evaluation of this hybrid course and provides practical implications for hybrid course development.

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Karabulut-Ilgu, A. & Jahren, C. (2016). Evaluation of Hybrid Learning in a Construction Engineering Context: A Mixed-Method Approach. Advances in Engineering Education, 5(3),. Retrieved February 29, 2020 from .

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