When implementing a blended learning model, it is important for schools to be aware of key components and steps to integrate into their plan. In “Five Tips for Getting Blended Learning Right,” hosted by edWeb.net and sponsored by Achieve3000, Julia Freeland Fisher, Director of Education at the Clayton Christensen Institute, gave schools the tips they need to successfully implement blended learning.
In this research-driven webinar, Julia Freeland Fisher, Director of Education at the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, shares key findings from her organization’s years of blended learning research, as well as lessons learned from the hundreds of school systems that the Institute has studied.
In this webinar, Mathematics Education Consultant Dr. Susie W. Håkansson will share the rationale for using discourse in the classroom, the role of productive and receptive language functions in the learning of mathematics, as well as examples of how to increase discourse in the classroom.
In this detailed session, Kevin Baird (Chairman, non-profit Center for College & Career Readiness) leads us through the critical alignment activities for schools to ensure an effective blended learning approach which aligns to billions in new federal funding.
In this webinar, Courtney Foreman will show you how to expand your teaching toolkit by exploring new strategies and techniques for introducing traditionally difficult mathematics concepts to your students.
In this this webinar, Dr. Tim Hudson will explore some of these hidden assumptions and help us imagine the full implications of blended learning that ensures high achievement for all students.
In this webinar, Deb Cody, World Language Liaison from Pueblo City School District, will share how she integrates a flexible, online language-learning solution into a blended-learning environment that complements face-to-face instruction.
Learn what blended learning means to the World Languages classroom and how to design a lesson that incorporates a variety of strategies to differentiate instruction.
Learn how to leverage professional development and data to transform math instruction for your students.
Examine models that provide a meaningful common language to promote better understanding of your school programs.