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 has been confusion over what truly constitutes effective blended learning, what does not, and how to practically implement it in the classroom. As educators were forced to scramble to get kids on tech devices during extended school closures, this confusion only grew.
Fill out the form to watch this webinar with Alexis Treat and Meg Van Voorhis to learn how effective blended learning leverages the benefits of technology while keeping the teacher at the center of instruction.
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