Hybrid Learning

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Introduction
Present advanced world is called the Age of Anxiety and Stress. Stress is becoming a part of human life and every individual faces stress in his life. Today stress is a subject which is hard to avoid. One can find stress everywhere. It would be within the family, institution and any other social or economic activity. The concept of stress was first introduced in the life sciences by Hans Selye in 1936, who defined it as “the non- specific response of the body to any demand for change” (stress, 2013). But its scientific meaning was in fact given in early 20th century; stress is the processes that occurs in response to the situations or events that disrupts or threaten to disrupt our physical or psychological functioning (Lazarus
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While still attending a “brick-and-mortar” school structure, face-to-face classroom methods are combined with computer-mediated activities.
The purpose of a hybrid course is to take advantage of the best features of both face-to-face and online learning. A hybrid course is designed to integrate face-to-face and online activities so that they reinforce, complement, and elaborate one another, instead of treating the online component as an add-on or duplicate of what is taught in the classroom.

Advantages of hybrid learning
• More opportunities to interact with the course materials and resources, leading to greater engagement and enhanced opportunities for success
• Reduce stress
• Higher-quality peer interaction
• Greater flexibility in the course scheduling, a boon to high percentage of working and commuting students
• Increased skills in self-directed learning leading to greater learner
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The development of technology in education has largely facilitates the universalization of education. It provides organized way of education or learning on the basis of students’ needs, attitude, interest and habit. This learning is possible at any time or any place. That is why hybrid learning is necessary for better achievement and reducing stress in education. With the help of hybrid learning students gain knowledge on various advanced social issues & computer. Formal education is also important for the development of society and education. It helps the students for getting high marks, good grades in education and secure future by getting good job. The traditional schooling experience requires one to attend classes personally and in campus. One may need additional assistance from guidance counselors and professors, which is more readily available on campus. Traditional classes may be a better choice for students who aren't very familiar with technology or who enjoy interacting with teachers and professors face-to-face. But society needs technological awareness which is missing in formal classroom learning, so it creates stress and affects achievements. Both modes of educations have their own merits and demerits both have same curriculum but teaching method and evaluation pattern is differ in both education. In formal learning, lecture method is used and the teachers helps the

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