In part II of this series, we're answering common questions related to the planning phase of starting a blended learning program.
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To help you understand blended learning and decide if it’s right for you, we've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions we receive from our customers. Over the next few weeks, we will answer each of these questions to walk you through the phases of getting a blended learning program up and running in your school or district.
The Marzano Research Lab conducted A Study of Best Practices in Edmentum Online Solutions, looking at Edmentum’s online solutions in various settings to evaluate the relationship between student learning and effective pedagogical practices with respect to the use of online instruction. Here, we will look at the 13 best practices identified in the study, along with insights into how each can be implemented and common challenges associated with them.
We’ve had nearly a month to digest all of the great ideas, information, and inspirations that we absorbed at ISTE 2015. As a final recap of the conference, we want to take a shot at narrowing down all that we learned to a short list of five top takeaways.
Competency-based learning (CBL) is the idea that instead of students moving along in their educational careers based on how old they are, they should instead progress based on mastery of a set of skills. Here are some actionable tips to implement CBL in your classroom.
At ISTE 2015, our customer Newport School District led an informative presentation on how the district created a sustainable blended learning program to offer expanded academic opportunities to students.