Study Shows Improved Student Outcomes and Satisfaction with Blended Classroom

Although definitions of what blended learning looks like in practice vary from one expert to another, the key components are straightforward: blended learning combines the face-to-face experience of a bricks-and-mortar classroom with the flexibility and opportunity of online learning for the purposes of optimizing the impact of each setting and improving learning outcomes.

Thought leaders, educators, and instructional designers are exploring the many ways blended learning can be put into practice — such as the flipped classroom or the rotation model. These models come with a powerful trove of resources, literature, and events designed to nurture and support all those who are embracing this approach.

As such ideas, tools, and practices gain traction, instructors and students alike are experiencing exciting results. In fact, emerging research shows that blended learning can produce measurably better student outcomes than either face-to-face learning or online learning alone.

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