The 2013 Trends in Online Learning – Virtual, Blended and Flipped Classrooms (USA) report outlines the effectiveness and impact of technology in a variety of learning modes and provides an insight into future applications of technology enabling student learning and engagement. Key findings include:
- Administrators are widening their scope regarding the value of online classes to include learning opportunities for administrators, teachers and other support staff in addition to students.
- Virtual, blended and flipped learning teachers are using more digital content with their students than other teachers.
- Online learning teachers see significant value in the role of digital tools and resources to improve student success as well as their own personal productivity.
- Parents who have taken an online class for their own work or job training have high expectations for their child’s school to provide similar learning opportunities.
- Students are increasingly seeing online learning as a gateway to a new education paradigm where they are in control of the learning process.
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