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Teacher Engagement Part I: Understanging Cognitive Engagement in Blended Learning Environments

Catlin Tucker

Teachers Find their Role as Designer of Learning Experiences Cognitively Engaging. In my research on teacher engagement in blended learning environments, the most significant factor impacting cognitive engagement was a teacher’s work as a designer of learning experiences.

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Strong Planning, Coaching, and Implementing with Fidelity– A Blended Learning Success Story

Education Elements

Students are at the heart of all choices made at Vogel– a blended learning campus in Seguin Independent School District. As part of the school action plan, the school selected a blended learning redesign model. The reason? These results made them eligible for the School Action Fund (SAF) Cycle 6 grants.

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Partnership with LINCspring: Balance with Blended Learning

Catlin Tucker

Explore how blended learning can help you partner with students to reimagine learning and find a realistic work-life balance! In my book, Balance with Blended Learning , I invite teachers to reimagine teaching and learning by partnering with students.

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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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Blended Learning: A Bridge to Personalization

Catlin Tucker

Blended learning is the combination of active engaged learning online and active engaged learning offline with the goal of giving students more control over the time, place, pace, and path of their learning. Some educators use blended learning and personalized learning synonymously.

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Personalizing Learning: Flexible Pace & Path

Education Elements

In 2014, Education Elements promoted the notion of "Integrated Digital Content" as a core component of blended learning. In 2017 we changed this term to “Flexible Content and Tools,” recognizing that both online and offline content have an important role to play when personalizing learning.

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1-to-1, Blended Learning Enables Personalized Learning: Walk Through an Example Lesson

The Journal

"1-to-1, blended learning is the future of educational technology." 1-to-1, blended learning enables student inquiry, which is at the core of personalized learning. And personalized learning is the hottest item in K-12 today. Never hath a truer statement been spoken!