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What is Blended Learning?

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

In today’s post, I am introducing you to blended learning, a concept that is now common parlance within the ‘education speak’ In crafting this comprehensive piece on blended learning, I delved deep into academic literature, drawing on peer-reviewed research papers to create an authoritative and informative post.

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6 Practical Blended Learning Examples

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Welcome to the latest installment in our series on blended learning. In our previous posts, we’ve explored what blended learning is and delved into its strengths and weaknesses. We’ve also examined various models of blended learning.


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3 Reasons Teachers Should Use the Playlist Model

Catlin Tucker

Complex Problem Solving: Tasks that involve higher-order thinking and problem-solving, such as math word problems, scientific experiments, or coding projects, often require different amounts of time for students to analyze, understand, and solve. This flexible approach helps to ensure that all students get what they need to be successful.

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Personalized Learning Journey Begins with a Vision

Education Elements

In year one of being a personalized learning school, I have had many reflective moments like this at Trailside Middle School. Students engage in selecting their pathway for learning, collaborating, questioning, and self-assessing all day long.

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Keeping Kids Engaged in Remote Learning

A Principal's Reflections

A recent Chalkbeat article highlighted the results of some surveys that alluded to this issue: And engagement with schoolwork was relatively low across the board, reflecting the challenges of keeping students engaged in a chaotic time and of teaching from a distance.

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20 Ways to Personalize Your Learning This Summer

The CoolCatTeacher

Blended Learning In my opinion, the best 21st-century classrooms are “bricks” and “clicks,” blending together the best of face-to-face and online. Blended learning is not new. Blended Learning Classrooms are made of “bricks’ and “clicks” and every teacher should be ready.

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work—Building a Successful Blended Learning Program


Three years ago, with the help of the education agency the Grant Wood Area Education Agency (GWAEA), Iowa rolled out its initiative to implement blended learning as a model for the state. MTSS is a process that uses data to identify the academic and behavioral supports every student needs to be successful.