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Blended and face-to-face adult learning: research report

Maths , Functional Skills , English
M Learning , Learning Styles
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This report, from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, describes a randomised control trial (RCT) into the relative effectiveness of face-to-face compared to blended learning for adult English and maths learning.

The report:

  • describes the RCT design decisions
  • describes implementation details
  • provides an assessment of how the trial worked

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