The article is devoted to mixed learning as the optimal form of modern education, the basis of modernization and at the same time a promising vector of its development – the use of information and communication technologies. The relevance of the material presented in the article is due to the systematic introduction of modern information and communication technologies into the educational process of higher education institutions, which causes the emergence of new types and forms of its organization, in particular mixed learning. The article argues the main advantages and disadvantages of blended learning in the higher education system. The classification of types of blended learning by levels and dimensions is presented. The structure of online and face-to-face forms of education, trends in the implementation of mixed forms of education are analyzed. Categories of blended learning are described depending on the purpose of learning. The structure of blended learning is defined and its main elements are characterized. The article examines the terminology of blended learning, theory and methodology, which takes into account the changes that have taken place in the educational information structure of modern society, which determines the relevance of the development and implementation of new educational services created on the basis of ICT and remote technologies. It has been established that blended learning is the integration of online learning with traditional learning, which is structured into an educational concept in which the learner acquires knowledge independently (online) and with the help of a teacher who acts as a facilitator (offline). . It is substantiated that active use of information and communication technologies is expected during blended learning. Emphasis is placed on the fact that modern information and communication technologies are an effective tool for the teacher, which makes it possible to improve the quality of education thanks to the correct planning of the educational load, management of educational materials and control of the quality of knowledge.

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