Key findings from the survey include:
- 45 percent of surveyed administrators say blended learning initiatives have yielded positive results
- 27 percent of surveyed high school principals say they are not yet offering online courses
- 24 percent of surveyed students say they would prefer if all their courses were online
- Nearly 75 percent of surveyed students say that “every student should be able to use a mobile device during the school day for learning.”
Every student has his or her way of learning that way of learning that works for them.
Students are given the opportunity to choose from various schools and courses.
It offers a lot of savings because there are no additional costs for transportation and accommodation.
Chance for Interaction
Online courses may be less intimidating than the traditional classroom setting, and could help to increase student interaction.
Attend classes and courses anywhere with a computer and access to the internet.
Online course materials can be accessed 24 hours a day every day.
Students are exposed to knowledge shared by the instructors around the globe which cannot be learned in books.
Students Control Study Time
Students may not have to sit for long periods of time. Lessons can be paused when needed, and notes read at will.