Plenty of buzz exists about blended learning and its transformational potential. But what does blended learning really mean? In this course we will explore the different models of blended learning and dive into key issues that impact students, teachers, and schools. Specifically, we will look at these issues through the lens of three high-performing schools that each use a different type of blended learning. A few of the key topics will include:
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New Teacher Center
New Teacher Center improves student learning by accelerating the effectiveness of new teachers and school leaders. NTC partners with states, school districts, and policymakers to design and implement systems that create sustainable, high-quality mentoring and professional development; build leadership capacity; enhance teaching conditions; improve retention; and transform schools into vibrant learning communities.
Silicon Schools Fund
Silicon Schools Fund: Silicon Schools funds the creation of new schools in the Bay Area that foster innovation and personalization to discover the next generation of schools in America. There are currently 41 schools across the region in the Silicon Schools Fund portfolio.
Clayton Christensen Institute
Clayton Christensen Institute: The Clayton Christensen Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation. Founded on the theories of Harvard professor Clayton Christensen, the Institute offers a unique framework for understanding many of society’s most pressing issues around education, healthcare, and economic prosperity.
Relay Graduate School of Education
Relay Graduate School of Education is a ground-breaking graduate school with an innovative Master's degree program designed specifically to respond to today's urgent demand for effective and successful teachers.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM BLENDED LEARNING: PERSONALIZING EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS
The course was full of necessary information to be ready to switch to blended learning models. Additional materials provided will give full insights about the topic.
Its really fun and innovative to learn from the experts and they have really put in lot of efforts. Thank you so much
Amazing course. Provided a systematic Learning on blended learning techniques. Thanks to co-ordinators
I have learnt so much in this course. It was worth the trouble. The instructors were great!
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