Hybrid learning offers a much-needed solution to student populations, experts say
In recent years, hybrid learning–often used interchangeably with blended learning– programs across the nation have skyrocketed. Numerous reports, studies, and research efforts have documented hybrid learning’s rise and the benefits it has to offer for today’s students, who demonstrate a desire to take more control and ownership over their learning. In essence, hybrid learning gives today’s students a pathway to what they have demonstrated they want: a personalized learning experience.
According to the 2013 Keeping Pace with Online and Blended Learning report, 23 states have fully blended, or hybrid, schools. The report defines “fully blended” as a standalone school, and not a program, in which most of the curriculum is delivered in a blended form combining face-to-face and online instruction.
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