Synchronized Media's Enhancing Impact on Engagement and Proficiency Growth in Hybrid Learning

Authors : Abdelaziz BOUAAICH; Laila BELHAJ

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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For a long time, the higher education system in Morocco has been based on traditional face-to-face training. Learners are obliged to be present at all class sessions and throughout their training. They do not have the possibility to follow the training in a different way, to recover missed sessions or to easily access the documents associated with the courses, but with the emergence of MOOCs and pedagogical content management platforms, different courses in various fields are available and accessible and Morocco has embarked on a good path in terms of setting up several projects of pedagogical innovation and use of new information and communication technologies in the field of education in order to encourage students and integrate them in this new approach. The Containment has given a good opportunity to the Moroccan educational system, students and teachers have been forced to put their hands in the dough and carry out a totally distanciated teaching which has presented a solution to the problem of following the courses during the crisis. Our research aims to find out the impact of the synchronous communication media through which Moroccan students have been trained on two very important notions: commitment and competence, based on a theoretical framework that draws on several theories and historical and pedagogical developments and concretizing it with a questionnaire that was dedicated to the students to really measure whether the impact is positive or negative.

Keywords : ICT, Engagement, skills development, blended learning


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