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Author/s:  Julia Freeland Fisher, Katrina Bushko and Jenny White
Publisher/s:  WISE Research Clayton Christensen Institute supported by JET
Published:  2017
Licence:  Standard copyright - All rights reserved

Blended beyond borders: A scan of blended learning obstacles and opportunities in Brazil, Malaysia, & South Africa

Technology has the potential to dramatically improve or positively disrupt the way students learn. In order to establish whether the integration of technology and the resulting "blended learning" approach is, in fact, resulting in instructional model change, the Clayton Christensen Institute undertook a survey study among a small sample of schools in Brazil, Malaysia and South Africa. The findings have been released in a report, “Blended beyond borders”.

JET Education Services assisted with the South African part of the study.


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Tags:  C3043   brazil   malaysia   southafrica  





 

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