Category: Blended Learning
One of the greatest inefficiencies in today’s schools might be in the hours we ask teachers to spend on planning quality lessons for students, without giving them the proper tools to do so.
In the third of our blended learning series, we cover two models that are the best fit for classrooms with central learning labs. The individual rotation model, included under the rotation model umbrella, has students rotating between different stations and…
In the second of our 4-part blended learning series, we cover two models that are best for a limited technology classroom: station rotation and lab rotation
In the first of our 4-part blended learning blog series, use this infographic to determine the right model for you and get a brief overview of each model.
Education is awash with efforts to personalize learning. But what does it mean for a company to personalize its support for the teachers who use its product?
When I started teaching, I relied heavily on the “I do, we do, you do” or gradual release of responsibility (GRR) method of delivering instruction. This method can be useful when students are introduced to new content with no prior knowledge. However, I noticed my students became increasingly dependent on me to give them the information they […]
As of 2010, approximately 4 million students were impacted by online learning components embedded into their daily curriculum, cementing blended learning principles in schools across the world — and that number is growing. Exponentially. It is no secret that technology in the classroom has the ability to engage students like no other learning tool. Technology has become […]