Four Keys To Success Using Blended Learning Models in the Classroom and in a Remote Environment
Blended learning leverages the strengths of both educational technology and teacher-led instruction to provide individualized support to students at scale. One common misconception is that integrating technology into the school day constitutes a blended learning approach when in actuality, the mere presence of technology is not enough. In this Education Insight, learn about the critical success factors to keep in mind if your district is in the process of exploring or implementing blended learning in the traditional classroom, remotely, or in a hybrid environment. Download and read it now.
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