See on Scoop.it – ANALYZING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
I’m not a great fan of studies into completion rates in online learning, because most studies fail to take into account a whole range of factors outside of the mode of delivery that influence student outcomes.
Two important findings …
-online course success rates are between 11 and 14 percentage points lower than traditional course success rates.
-in the long term, students who take online classes tend to be more successful than those who enroll only in traditional courses…students who take at least some online courses are more likely than those who take only traditional courses to earn an associate’s degree or to transfer to a four-year institution
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