Understanding Blended Learning: What You Need to Know

POSTED: August 5, 2020Category: ArticlesBY: AISA P9

Blending technology with face-to-face instruction may be the future of education.

With the new school year fast approaching, school districts across the country are starting to finalize and announce their plans for a safe reopening.

After much deliberation, many are considering operating classrooms under a blended learning model, which entails a mix of onsite and remote schooling, to make social distancing more feasible in school buildings during the coronavirus pandemic.

But the adoption of blended learning today could be seen as more than a safety measure. Many experts say it’s a defining moment in K–12 education in which educators, students and parents can rethink what learning looks like and how instruction will be delivered moving forward.

Click here to read the full article on the EdTech website.

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