Blended Learning Online Strategies Into The Product Design Curriculum

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Prof. Mohammad Abdullah Almandrawi , Assistant Prof. Eman Sayed Badawy Ahmad


This research studied the development of online teaching and learning strategies, and converted to blending learning where staff and students able to access a learning framework that is effective, simple to use. Comparative studies have been conducted in applied arts department, architecture and design college, Jazan University to achieve an approach to how the teaching and learning environment for product design, which normally uses face-to-face. An online educational platform (blackboard) was established, which provided the students with a series of lectures according to the instructional strategies taught. One illustrative case study is presented that outlines how learning strategies were used in planning the product design curriculum.  Through identifying and developing, the different design thinking models that is suit particular contexts.  And examine of how academics perceive strategies for blended learning and assessing the effectiveness of the educational process and the quality of teaching in product design. A survey of students and analysis of the results were conducted to develop a methodological framework and learning strategies for teaching product design to obtain a creative student capable of solving design problems. It is found that, the quality of online learning currently available in product design curricula is investigating good results. Where online learning trends to supply students with basic knowledge and improves the quality of interactive and collaborative learning assignments. Therefore, blended learning was used for online and face-to-face education.

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