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Research Report: A Comparative Study on Hybrid Learning in Schools
Lugar de publicación | Año de publicación | compilación: 
Geneva | 2024 | 226 p.
Autor corporativo: 
UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE)

During the COVID-19 lockdown, policymakers and educators faced an unprecedented challenge disrupting all levels of education. The initial optimism about replacing physical classes with virtual lessons diminished as complex interconnected issues emerged. To address the need for continuous and sustainable learning, school systems implemented variations of hybrid learning during the pandemic, seeking to integrate physical and virtual classes. These approaches prompted this comparative study led by UNESCO-IBE.


The initial phase of this study involved collecting and analysing data on hybrid strategies from six countries. The research aimed to examine factors influencing hybrid learning implementation during the lockdown, with a subsequent focus on developing and validating a practical Hybrid Learning Framework for Schools. The cross-case analysis was designed not to rank or compare, but to understand and connect different scenarios and contexts. Phase I focuses on current hybrid learning practices and influencing factors, while Phases II and III will concentrate on using the information gathered to create and validate a Hybrid Learning Framework for Schools.


Aligned with UNESCO-IBE’s overarching vision of a comprehensive, personalized, and democratized curriculum accessible to all, hybrid learning facilitates inclusive education across diverse regions, overcoming geographical and temporal limitations. The approach aims to unlock the unique potential of every learner, fostering a more flexible educational environment.

Tipo de recurso: 
Documentos de investigación / artículos de revistas
Diversidad / alfabetización cultural / inclusiva
Desarrollo sostenible / sostenibilidad
Alfabetización mediática e informacional / ciudadanía digital
Iniciativas transformadoras / pedagogías transformadoras
Nivel de educación: 
Atención y Educación de la Primera Infancia (AEPI)
Educación Primaria
Educación Secundaria
Educación Superior
Educación Permanente
Educación y Formación Técnica y Profesional (EFTP)
Educación no formal
Palabras claves: 
Blended learning
Hybrid learning
comparative education