As known by all of you, blended learning offers the best of both the worlds – online training and classroom training. As a learner, you benefit from synchronous learning strategies that include traditional instruction methods, such as direct group collaboration and immediate feedback. Simultaneously, you are also benefited from the asynchronous learning strategies that allow you to learn at your own pace. But the question here is how you would plan for an effective blended learning that allows a successful combination of both these learning styles.