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Blended learning means different things to different educators. What is constant when commencing a blended-learning strategy is the need for the right technological tools. That's where Rosetta Stone comes in, delivering solutions to make language learning available to students at anytime, from anyplace, on any device.
Chart the Course for Blended Learning
A U.S. Department of Education report found that blended approaches integrating both classroom instruction and online learning offered the best results.
Digital learning tools offer significant advantages over traditional textbooks. With the Rosetta Stone solution, students learn key language skills: listening, reading, writing, and speaking, and the instruction can be modified to support individual learning styles.