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Blended Learning Helps More Students Learn, Quicker

Posted by Dean Asher on Jun 2, 2016 5:00:00 AM

It seems that experts and organizations worldwide all have their ideas of what the education of tomorrow will look like — and they seldom agree. While our notions of the evolving roles of technology in the classroom may change rapidly, everyone does agree that tech will play a pivotal part in the both ways we teach and our students learn. Schools like Innovations Early College High School in Salt Lake City are starting to adopt more of these blended learning methods, which some may call "School 2.0," to help offer students in a classroom setting a flexible way to learn at their own pace. Check out what Education Dive has to say:

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Building a Blended Learning Program that Works

Posted by Kate Seat on Mar 31, 2016 1:02:09 PM

Blended learning programs are steadily increasing in popularity in K-12 schools in many parts of the US. Before implementation, however, there are a few factors that have to be considered — including teacher training and support, the resources available in your school and your students' homes and what tools will be required to make the program successful.

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Advice for Blended Learning Teaching, Straight from a Student

Posted by Kate Seat on Oct 7, 2015 7:30:00 AM
If you've incorporated blended learning into your curriculum — or even added devices or additional digital materials — you'd probably welcome any feedback to show you how it's really going.And who better to offer feedback than an actual student? 
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