At its core, blended learning is designed to help personalize learning experiences for every student by effectively infusing technology into the teaching and learning process. This how-to workbook is designed to help you determine the most appropriate blended learning program for your school or district, build a plan for a successful rollout, and navigate the implementation process.
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Let's take a look at two different delivery methods for utilizing online programs for CTE—blended learning and virtual learning—and weigh the pros, cons, considerations, and use cases for each. Remember, it’s always a possibility to utilize both of these models concurrently in your CTE program!
Managing Bad Weather Days: 5 Ways Educators Can Use Edmentum Courseware to Keep Students from Falling Behind
With Edmentum Courseware, instruction doesn't have to stop when school doors close due to inclement weather--students have access to engaging pedagogically sound curriculum anytime, from anywhere they have an internet connection.
Financial literacy is key when it comes to developing a healthy and functional relationship with money as an adult. If students aren’t talking money with their parents, it’s important for other trusted adults, like educators, to take on this role.