Getting Real about What Blended Learning Is and Isn't in the Classroom
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic made blended learning seem like a novel concept, this approach has been around for decades. The truth is, even before the pandemic there was confusion about effective blended learning. In this podcast, find out from Alexis Treat and Meg Van Voorhis what blended learning looks like today. They discuss important topics like adaptive learning, personalized content, and targeted student data, then explain why these concepts are so important for teachers.
Plus, you'll find out what characteristics are important when thinking about classroom tools and how the tools should seamlessly integrate into teachers' current plans. Finally, see why blended learning isn't going away, but is only growing in sophistication. This podcast is packed full of interesting information about blending learning and how it applies to teachers in the classroom today.
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