When you think about all the different ways in which people like to take in information, offering as much choice as possible gives everyone the best chance of building the knowledge they need to succeed. It’s little wonder that blended learning is on the rise.
In education, studies have shown that more than three quarters of teachers believe that a blended learning programme benefits learners – but its relatively new possibilities occasionally remain misunderstood. In the new LEO ebook, ‘Why blended learning works (and can work for you!)’, we’ve outlined several case studies and examples of successful blended learning programmes.
Blended learning may not be for everyone but as the global workforce becomes increasingly time-poor and distracted, knowing the benefits of blended learning can be the difference between creating dynamic and engaging learning, and training that simply doesn’t land.