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73% of teachers say that blended learning increases engagement. 60% of them say that this learning approach increases academic ability. There are many more statistics that illustrate how productive blended learning is. But what makes it so effective?

Many components of blended learning have been used commonly in the past but were utilized separately. Blended learning filtered these methods and activities, developed some new ones, and combined them into a single approach based on 4 general principles. Some of them come from the achievements of the past, and some arise from mistakes that were made. Let’s look at each of them.

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