Blended learning

How one district built a better blended learning program

Posted in Blog on 28 October 2016

Blended learning is rapidly becoming a core part of schools’ educational approach, partly because the model suits so many educational needs–credit recovery, dual enrollment, and access to advanced courses not always offered in brick-and-mortar schools. To help connect educators with blended learning schools and districts, the Clayton Christensen Institute (CCI) curates the Blended Learning Universe, an […]

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Personalization, Tailored Instruction Vital to Blended Learning, New Report Says

Posted in Blog on 16 July 2015

  A new report traces the evolution of “blended learning,” and argues that its value to the nation’s schools will hinge on the extent to which it can help educators tailor instruction to individual student needs. The International Association for K-12 Online Learning, a Vienna, Va.-based nonprofit that supports blended learning, examines blended learning’s role in […]

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Can an Online Teaching Tool Solve One of Higher Education’s Biggest Headaches?

Posted in Blog on 9 July 2015

Carnegie Mellon University has a problem. It’s a good one, this time—unlike when it lost dozens of researchers and scientists to Uber. The university’s new problem is not one of lack but of excess: Too many students are interested in taking a popular computer science course, and there’s not enough physical space in the classroom to […]

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