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Blended Learning

Blended Learning is more than a buzz word. It is more than “the best of both worlds” between face-to-face and online education.

Any definition should include The Christensen Institute’s student control of Time, Place, and Path – and – The Sloan Consortium (presently the Online Learning Consortium) recommended 30-79% of content delivered online.

Words matter, do not allow vendors or colleagues to misrepresent Blended Learning.

Blended Learning Roundup

Blended Learning is as new as the personal devices students carry. Just as with those devices educators, find themselves learning about teaching methods, like Blended Learning, alongside students and families. Check out this Blended Learning Round-up to find some resources on… Continue Reading →

Your LMS as a 3 Ring Binder

A traditional classroom has many different facets which vary by grade level and personal teaching style. An online classroom can have those same unique stylistic and organizational elements. When one combines pieces of a face-to-face classroom with an online classroom… Continue Reading →

P.S. About Google Classroom

A unique position for me, I actually discourage use of a certain technology. That is atypical, but it might be understandable, let me explain. I cannot stop hearing about Google Classroom. Coincidentally, this surge in chatter coincides with a mandate… Continue Reading →

Tech Integration vs. Blended Learning

What is the difference between Technology Integration and Blended Learning? This is an essential question and important to ask and answer early in any program rollout. Knowing the difference helps target behaviors and outcomes you desire. Not knowing can result… Continue Reading →

Another Snow Day in The South turns Digital Learning Day

Another snow day in The South; while locals lament the inability to buy more bread and milk than logic allows, something else is happening. One of the largest counties in the state has advertised “Digital Learning Days” again with their… Continue Reading →

Tech is no Longer The Barrier

When you look around and see some classrooms not integrating technology, remember it isn’t tech that is the barrier. Devices Many classrooms, schools, and districts are not yet 1:1 and still need to purchase large numbers of devices to get… Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Grade Faster

How many weekend television programs have you “watched” while filling the coffee table, the couch, and -surprise- some of the floor with the papers you are attempting to grade? Maybe it is time to consider some grading alternatives? Some things… Continue Reading →

By the Time it Snows, It is Too Late

When your most proper teacher friends in The South talk about “The S Word,” you pay attention. Their hushed tones and serious looks barely cover a teacher’s excitement. Because for the longest time around here, a snow day meant a… Continue Reading →

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