Margulieux et al (2016) have put forward a Mixed Instructional eXperience (MIX) taxonomy to define hybrid, blended, flipped, and inverted based on two dimensions—Delivery medium and Instruction type. See the taxonomy below (a combination of Figures 4 and 5 in the original paper):
上面横向和纵向两个维度来自：This two dimensions come from Taylor-Powell and Renner’ (2003) four dimensions that researchers have used to describe the mixed instructional courses. Four dimensions were identified:
- Instructional location described whether the learner receives instruction at home or at another location, such as a class- room or coffee shop,
- Delivery medium described whether a person or technology delivers instruction to the learner,
- Instruction type described whether the learner is receiving content (e.g., lecture) or applying content (e.g., learning activities), and
- Synchronicity described whether learners are following a group pace (i.e., synchronous or real-time) or individual pace (i.e., asynchronous).
- Flipped blend delivers exposition of content online and delivers feedback on application of content face-to-face,
- Supplemental blend e delivers exposition of content face-to-face and delivers feedback on application of content online,
- Replacement blend e delivers exposition of content and feedback on application of content both face-to-face and online.
？ blend—delivers exposition of content online and feedback on application of content both face-to-face
Margulieux, L. E., Mccracken, W. M., & Catrambone, R. (2016). Thematic review A taxonomy to define courses that mix face-to-face and online learning. Educational Research Review, 19, 104-118.