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 the big ideas around Blended Learning.
Blended Learning Round-up
The best posts on Blended Learning.
An infographic delves into recent education trend data to explain why blended learning is taking off.
Advice for when you start blending your instruction. Three ways to make it, not break it. #BlendedLearning
This post is sponsored by ThinkCERCA, an online platform designed to empower teachers to personalize literacy instruction across disciplines. The use of digital learning spaces has exploded in use in classrooms nearly everywhere. Through Learning Management Systems (LMS) many educators are moving to put content online and extend learning beyond the four walls and beyond…
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So while you are planning to offer online content as "Blended Learning opportunities" in classrooms, how do you know what others mean?
Checkout the 12 Different Types of Blended Learning to maximize its engagement with your students, divided between core principles & instructional guidance.
Every classroom is now blended. Effective blended learning best practices will help you set up your online classroom. Here are five tips to do that.
How can your lesson plan make it clearer to your observing administrator the totality of what is going on in your classroom?
With the importance of technological literacy rising in colleges and workplaces, it’s about time primary and secondary educators took notice. To prepare students for life after high school, we need to start teaching them in a more futuristic fashion. Incorporating technology along with traditional face-to-face interaction is a practice known as blended learning.
Blended Learning relies on Technology Integration. Technology Integration does not equal Blended Learning. And Tech Integration can be independent of blended learning.