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According to Educause*, a leading proponent of high tech in college classrooms, students like it when professors combine online and onsite education. They believe lectures are enhanced by a sprinkle of technology. It can make a boring lecture or presentation just a little bit more exciting and keeps students engaged in classroom discussion.
The Technology Students Want in the Classroom
Blending Online and Onsite Classes
Education techniques need to stay current and keep students learning in the way that works best for them. In fact, that’s the premise behind our Learning Style Inventory, the first of many ways we demonstrate our willingness to use high-tech tools to help you learn.
Approaches to Online Education:
Plenty of studies show that experts and students agree: a combined curriculum of onsite and online classes works best. RSC’s college prep program lets you do both. You go to school, and we’ll bring the technology to your doorstep. If that’s the way you want to learn (like most students), your online education will be waiting for you when you get home.
*From the 2011 National Study of Undergraduate Students and Information
***This blog picked as one of the day's top stories by Int'l Higher Edu. You can also see Staying High Tech in Higher Educatin: Mixing Online and Onsite Classes here.
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