U.S. College Students Dissatisfied With Blended Learning

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U.S. College Students Dissatisfied With Blended Learning

Nov 10, 2016

NOT THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: College students who take blended courses are less engaged than their peers in purely face-to-face or online courses, according to a survey of 100,000 U.S. students from Times Higher Education. Students in courses that combine online and in-person instruction were less likely to say they were prepared for a career or were able to learn critical thinking skills.

NOT THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: College students who take blended courses are less engaged than their peers in purely face-to-face or online courses, according to a survey of 100,000 U.S. students from Times Higher Education. Students in courses that combine online and in-person instruction were less likely to say they were prepared for a career or were able to learn critical thinking skills.

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