As more blended learning programs pop up, its benefits become more evident
Blended learning programs are growing in popularity across the U.S., as more educators and students seek to personalize teaching and learning through education programs that combine face-to-face learning with online instruction and content delivery.
Research from Digital Learning Now! indicates that blended learning increases student and teacher productivity, and provides school leaders with “more and better data that creates an integrated and customizable learning experience.”
While creating more opportunities for students to use technology is a step in the right direction, blended learning advocacy groups maintain that to meet blended learning’s full potential, instructional practices, school schedules, student and educator relationships, and resources allocations must change.
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