Using blended learning model in improving self-study competence in Physics subject of high school students
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The paper presents results from research on improving self-study competence of students in Blended Learning model in teaching Physics in high school. The research results are conducted through the design of E-learning system for Physics teaching, propose measures to improve the ability of self-studying Physics for general students according to the blended learning model. Experiment was carried out with 255 high school students in Quang Tri province. The article shows that the blended learning model is perfectly suitable for improving self-study competence for students, contributing to improving the quality of teaching Physics.
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