Blended Learning Improves Test Scores: Study — InformationWeek

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High school students who used algebra software to supplement traditional classroom lectures did better on tests than those who didn’t in two-year study by Department of Education, RAND.

Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

From the article: RAND cautions that it can’t be determined whether [the test score jumps were] due to the software or the overall program structure. The experimental classroom teachers got training on implementing the blended learning so I’m wondering if free online programs would give the same score jump if teachers really knew how to do the blended learning model properly. 

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