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Report Reveals Blended Learning Trends for U.S. Independent Schools

A recent Blackbaud-sponsored OESIS survey revealed how American schools are adopting technology to facilitate classroom transitioning into flipped classroom models.
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A recent Blackbaud-sponsored OESIS survey revealed how American schools are adopting technology to facilitate classroom transitioning into flipped classroom models. The study showed the need for blended learning in the classroom and endorsed the implementation of projects that aid students in garnering college prep creative and critical thinking abilities.

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Study findings include:

❉ 70% of students feel positive/very positive about blended learning

❉ 65% of independent schools are planning to use blended learning as a means of personalizing student instruction

❉ 41% of the 461 participating schools surveyed are currently implementing blended learning techniques

❉ 51% of the 461 participating schools surveyed are currently exploring blended learning techniques

Read more at www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12381086.htm

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