The Rise of Blended Learning in Independent Schools

November 12, 2014 Peter Baron

Through onCampus, we’re seeing more and more schools adopt blended models of learning. What we haven’t been able to share (until now) is a broader view of how schools are applying this approach.

Looking through that lens, we’re excited to support the OESIS Blended Learning Surveys Report 2014-2015 on Learning Innovations in Independent Schools.

OESIS conducted two surveys with a pool of close to 1000 people — survey participants ranged from heads of school and division heads, to tech directors and teachers. To call the data insightful wouldn’t do the study justice.

Take for instance these two points drawn from the report:

1. Blended Learning is moving to mainstream adoption in independent schools with close to 20% of schools reporting that they are in advanced stages of adopting Blended Learning.

2. Independent schools are charting their own course when it comes to applying Blended Learning particularly for higher order learning opportunities like project based learning.

There’s much more in the report, and we encourage you to download it today.

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