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 Volume 10, Issue 4 (April 2023), Pages: 102-107


 Original Research Paper

 The impact of hybrid learning in educating Tamil educator and learner relationship


 Kartheges Ponniah 1, Franklin Thambi Jose 1, *, Gulzhaina K. Kassymova 2, A. R. Saravanakumar 3, P. Sasireha 4


 1Faculty of Languages and Communication, Sultan Idris Education University, Perak, Malaysia
 2Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
 3Department of Education (DDE), Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India
 4Department of Tamil, Cauvery College for Women (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli, India

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The objectives of this study are to identify the Tamil educator and learner relationships through hybrid learning in urban and rural areas and to compare the Tamil educator and learner relationships through hybrid learning between urban and rural areas. Technology has become a part of life throughout the world. It has shrunk the world. People become closer and closer due to the invention of technology. It has become a part of all fields including education. Schools started using various methods of teaching and learning with technology. Computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and applications are some of the gadgets used in education. Online teaching, blended learning, and hybrid learning also came to exist. The findings of studies in hybrid learning explain that the cooperation of all parties including teachers is a factor in Tamil teaching with ICT. The new teaching method has influenced the involvement of students, high attendance rate, assignment delivery, and student behavior; the challenges and strengths of hybrid learning and the flexibility of hybrid learning. The findings of the present study show that there is a relationship between Tamil educators and learners in urban and rural Tamil schools which is the impact of hybrid learning. For the present study, data were collected from urban and rural schools in Perak State, Malaysia in which hybrid learning is implemented. The collected data were analyzed based on the two objectives of the study. The findings of the present study show that there are relationships between Tamil educators and learners in urban and rural Tamil schools which is the impact of hybrid learning.

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 Keywords: Hybrid learning, Relationship, Educator, Learner, Tamil language

 Article History: Received 20 September 2022, Received in revised form 30 December 2022, Accepted 17 January 2023


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 Conflict of interest: The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.


 Ponniah K, Jose FT, Kassymova GK, Saravanakumar AR, and Sasireha P (2023). The impact of hybrid learning in educating Tamil educator and learner relationship. International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences, 10(4): 102-107

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