What will the next phase of blended learning look like?

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Blended learning, when students learn both from a teacher and from online programs, has become a popular choice for schools around the country. In 2009, 3 million K12 students took an online course, up from 45,000 nine years prior, according to a report by the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation. In large urban districts and rural schools alike, teachers and principals are turning to computers and iPads to give students a chance to work through material at their own pace.

Now that blended learning is more common place, what’s next for the trend?

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