THE POSSIBILITIES OF USING BLENDED LEARNING IN FIRE SAFETY EDUCATION
AbstractE-learning is way of providing, rapid and adequate response for training in legislative changes and requirements. This is vital, because such changes are frequent in safety education and specifically fire-safety education. It is an enormous burden for schools and training centers to provide all such learning. Money, time saving, and simplification are the main reason to use a “blended” learning. This paper characterizes the advantages and disadvantages of education through the Internet. It deals with the possibilities and ways of using a blended learning approach in selected forms of fire-safety education.
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