A Blended Learning Approach to Improve Student’s Performance in Higher Education


  • Dr. Muhammad Shahzad Ashfaq Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Education, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan




Blended Learning, E-Learning, Face To Face Interaction, Information Technology


A blended learning approach is an effective approach in integrating the face-to-face method and the use of information communication technologies into teaching and learning. Blended learning provides students with the best practices from both traditional classroom practices to modern technological learning. The objective of this study is to critically review the previous researches about blended and traditional learning in various disciplines to highlight the advantages and challenges. The researcher used the literature review method to synthesize several previously published publications to understand the notion of blended learning. From this study, we found that blended setting encourages the foundation of creating independent learners with practical critical thinking skills that are valuable for the current working situations. Blended learning is also a solution for classroom deficiencies as well as teaching and learning flexibility. Successful implementation of a blended learning approach will go a long way in improving student pass rates and driving an upsurge in the programme completion ratio.





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Ashfaq, M. S. (2023). A Blended Learning Approach to Improve Student’s Performance in Higher Education. Pakistan Social Sciences Review, 7(4), 261–273. https://doi.org/10.35484/pssr.2023(7-IV)23