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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasiya Mikhaylova
A Blended Learning Model-based Design Project of Graduate Diploma Program in Translation and Cross-cultural Communication
Management in Higher Education
(Master’s programme)
2019
Abstract

The current paper presents a model for a BA diploma extension program redesign. The upgraded model of a graduate diploma program in Translation and Cross-cultural Communication takes advantage of new technologies and applies a number of tools to boost smart learning environment, content customisation, performance data acquisition and evaluation. The work proposes a new blended learning curriculum framework which aims to support the project-based collaborative training. The project also includes executive summary, estimated cost of the program, specific guidelines and instructions for the university administrative staff.

Key words: retraining program, blended learning, project-based teaching, scrum, google classroom, learning contract, portfolio

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