The promised land of blended learning: Quizzes as a moderator

@article{Spanjers2015ThePL,
  title={The promised land of blended learning: Quizzes as a moderator},
  author={I. Spanjers and K. K{\"o}nings and J. Leppink and D. Verstegen and N. D. Jong and K. Czabanowska and J. Merri{\"e}nboer},
  journal={Educational Research Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={15},
  pages={59-74}
}
Abstract Blended learning, defined as a combination of face-to-face and online learning, is expected to lead to improved education. Besides, practical reasons, like increased access to education and resource management, are mentioned for its implementation. To examine whether the expectation of improved education is met, meta-analyses were conducted. They revealed that, on average, blended learning is somewhat more effective than more traditional learning. Additionally, students evaluated it as… Expand
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