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Three Blended Learning Models That Don’t Require 1:1
A common barrier to entry for teachers who are considering blended learning is the misconception that you need a device for every one of your students to make it work. Luckily, that’s not the case! Here’s how to implement three common blended learning models without a 1:1 program: Station Rotation This is perhaps the most…
5 Ideas for Creating a Blended Learning Classroom
Blended learning programs are essentially a combination of classroom time with online learning, and are a great way of giving students an element of control over their learning, in terms of time, place, path, or pace. This concept and way of thinking is becoming a rule rather than the exception in the 21st century classroom;…
5 Biggest Pitfalls of Blended Learning
Whether you’re deciding to implement blended learning at your school or you’ve decided to take the plunge already, there are pitfalls to consider and avoid when doing so. In this blog, we’re discussing the pitfalls of blended learning and giving tips on what can be done to avoid them. So when we’re considering the five…
The Station Rotation Model: 3 Ways It Can Personalize Learn...
Blended learning – what is it and how do you do it? This is what we’d like to focus on with you today. One commonly known approach to blended learning is the Station Rotation Model. This method is used at many different learning levels to help teachers personalize instruction. There are a number of ways…
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