What is Unique About the Researcher’s Role in Measuring Blended Learning Success

By Saro Mohammed
January 31, 2017

In this blog post, Saro Mohammed challenges researchers to go beyond simply gathering evidence. She argues that education researchers, especially those researching personalization and blended learning, are in a unique position to help scale up implementation of evidence-based practices. Because the rapid progress of instructional innovation often outpaces traditional research and dissemination methods, she offers the following suggestions to these researchers:

  • Use an applied lens when designing and conducting new studies;
  • Understand that dissemination and interpretation of findings is also part of the job;
  • Support other stakeholders in developing skills in applying evidence to practice;
  • Look to implementation to see what more needs to be studied.

Source Organization: The Learning Accelerator

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