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Blended learning can be a great way to make use of whatever technology tools you do have, rather than needing specific technology that you don’t have. Blended learning doesn’t require you to have a 1:1 classroom, a certain number of iPads, or particular software, though you can put any and all of those things to […]The post How To Implement Blended Learning appeared first on Edudemic.
Edutopia blogger Matt Levinson namechecks both Beyonce and Pope Francis as he argues in favor of a customized, user-centric learning model that leverages students' web savvy in finding the information they need.
Are you waiting for more bandwidth in your school or computers in your classroom before you take the plunge into edtech and blended learning? Wait no more. Based on a study released last Spring by the Pew Research Center, your classroom may not be wired, but your students are definitely connected. In fact, 95% of […]The post 4 Powerful BYOD Apps For The Disconnected Classroom appeared first on Edudemic.
Blended learning is a combination of some face-to-face teaching and some online teaching. It is a great way for teachers to bring online components into the forefront, rather than just using digital materials as supplemental (often at home) course materials. Blended learning has a huge advantage – it doesn’t prescribe that particular activities must be […]The post The Busy Teacher’s Quick Guide To Blended Learning appeared first on Edudemic.
Yesterday, we looked at an infographic that looked at the implementation of a blended learning program. It talked about how to set yourself up for success when implementing blended learning, what some attributes of a great blended learning program are, and drivers of blended learning. The drivers of blended learning was sort of buried towards […]The post 10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Trying New Technology appeared first on Edudemic.
BLENDED FUNDING: The Learning Accelerator, a non profit dedicated to supporting the spread of blended learning, has invested $2 million to support educators making transitions blended learning. Four lucky organizations will support blended learning from four different angles, as recipients of the