Monday, April 28, 2014

More on Blended Learning

Today we will continue to focus on two different learning approaches embraced by the current education reform: Blended learning and Project base learning.
As mentioned in previous posts with blended learning face-to-face classroom methods are combined with computer-mediated activities. According to those who support this learning method, this will allow more personalized instruction for every student and will enable each to realize his or her fullest potential.
First we would like to post a video clip about a successful initiative called Phaedrus. Seton Partners teamed up with Mission Dolores Academy in San Francisco to create blended learning classrooms.
Second we would like to RE post a great TED talk by Jessie Woolley-Wilson, currently Chair, President and CEO of DreamBox Learning on blending technology and classroom learning.

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