A recent study into "blended learning" methods says many educators do not grasp that it goes beyond adding devices to the traditional classroom, Rob Bock writes in this blog post. True blended learning, as described by think tank the Lexington Institute, requires constant innovation and change based on the collection of student achievement data -- rather than simply adding technology to traditional teaching methods.
Do educators have a proper understanding of blended learning?
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