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Online and blended learning are “often more effective than traditional instruction”, a review of over 1,500 studies has found.

The review – carried out by academics at the University of Dundee and a Glasgow-based psychologist – found that digital learning led to worse outcomes than classroom-based teaching in just 2 per cent of studies, prompting the authors to note: “This is clearly a major finding, indicating that digital technology is almost always superior to traditional instruction”.


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