blended learning

Blended learning models taking hold in California schools

Elementary schools using different model than are high schools

The different faces of blended learning

School administrators overwhelmed by the idea of blended learning need not fear: many districts have successfully implemented one of four models now widely accepted in K12 education. Even more encouraging, some of these schools are seeing increased achievement, lower dropout rates and other positive results.

Teachers create own blended learning courses

Different faces of blended learning

Four models for personalization pay off in K12 districts

How to get started with blended learning

Experts say don't buy devices without first making a plan

Blended learning programs improve student achievement

Blended learning substantially improves AP test scores and provides dual enrollment opportunities for students at Red Clay CSD.

The Future of Personalized Learning

Intelligent adaptive technology addresses the need for more personalized instruction in the classroom

DreamBox Learning

This rigorous K5 online math curriculum can be tailored to specific students, and includes manipulative tools and game-like elements. DreamBox’s adaptive learning technology can analyze students’ answers and immediately adjust the lesson, creating a suitable pace for each student.

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