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There are a few key stages of proper implementation that you should know if you're looking to start climbing the blended learning 2.0 tree. The post Blended Learning 2.0: A Visual Guide For Teachers appeared first on Edudemic.
This guide takes a stroll through the alphabet to familiarize you with the A-Z of edtech terminology and online learning trendsThe post The A to Z Guide To Top Online Learning Trends appeared first on Edudemic.
A new report was released recently about the views and experiences of a large number of educational administrators, teachers, students and parents who are skilled users of digital technologies for learning. The online learning trends that were identified were virtual learning, blended learning and flipped classrooms.
Today in Canandaigua, New York, I presented a morning session titled, “Roadmap to Blended Learning” at an event sponsored by Lightspeed Systems and The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE). My presentation slides from the session are available on SlideShare, and I posted a “lightly-edited” [...]
Brendan Campbell teaches at Southeastern High School in Detroit, which is under the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan, a statewide recovery district for schools consistently in the bottom five percent according to test scores. In other words, it’s a failing school in a violent, poor, bankrupt city. But this fall, Campbell and his collaborators have used […]
IPTEdTec is a free service operated by Rick West, an assistant professor in the Instructional Psychology & Technology Department at Brigham Young University. It offers educators everywhere the chance to earn “badges,” certifying their basic understanding of key educational technology applications, like Google Sites, iMovie, and Blogger, and concepts, like internet safety and open […]
LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY BLENDING: This week, The Learning Accelerator (TLA) released a promo video on the potential for blended learning, following the footsteps of similar efforts like “Shift Happens,” which debuted in 2008, and Education Element’s 2013 “The Fundamentals of Blended Learning
I listened to a presentation today by the, well, brilliant Annie Murphy Paul on her new book Brilliant: The Science of How We Get Smarter. While you can read more on her blog, a big theme of the book is the idea that cognitive performance is situational. Everything from our physical environment, to how much […]
The Innovation Zone or iZone is a dedicated “office of innovation” within the New York City Department of Education. Since 2010 it has worked to provide professional development to teachers in blended learning and support innovative school models. Perhaps the most intriguing side of their activities is Innovate NYC Schools, which enlists New York City’s […]