An Ideation of Blended Learning Design for Lifelong Learning of women

Navnath B. Tupe, Dutta Chowdhury Rajeswari


This research paper brings together the researcher’s scholarly interests in lifelong learning and the selected contributions from the extent literature, and the findings with the resultant discussion that emerged from the research activities. These elements were aimed at collectively answering the central research question of the present study that is ‘what are learning needs of women in India?’ and anotherquestion that is ‘What type of learning environment is required for fulfilling women’s needs of lifelong learning?’ So this paper proposes the blended learning design as a solution for LLL of women. This research explains that blended learning is not only an integration or combination of face to face and online learning but also it is a learning process which directly effects on the learning components such as learners’ objectives, instructions, motivation, emotions, volition, and learning environment, learning material, time scheduled, facilities and ultimately learner’s vision. It is a convergence of real to virtual and virtual too real.

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