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October 24, 2012

Special Report on Blended Learning, Plus Free Access During Open House Oct 24-26

From the inbox earlier today…

View the new special report now, or download it FREE with registration.  Click here to view this as a webpage.

Education Week on edweek.org
Open House October 24-26, Plus the New Blended Learning Special Report

Evaluating What Works in Blended Learning
Read the full report online, or download the complete digital edition FREE!

Join us now for this site-wide Open House event.  Read the latest special report on blended learning, and everything else on the site, right now!

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Blended learning—the mix of virtual education and face-to-face instruction—is evolving quickly in schools across the country, generating a variety of different models. This special report, the second in an ongoing series on virtual education examines several of those approaches and aims to identify what is working and where improvements are needed.

FEATURES IN THIS SPECIAL REPORT:

Blended Learning Models Generating Lessons Learned
But more research is needed to determine the effectiveness of the evolving models, and to identify which ones work best for which types of students.

E-Learning Opens Real-World Doors
Students in a Grand Rapids, Mich., innovation program blend virtual education and real-world experiences to prepare for college and careers.

Calif. District’s Blended Initiative Aims to Personalize Learning
The latest evolution in Riverside, Calif., is a program for middle schoolers that requires them to attend school three hours a day, three days a week, and do the rest of their learning online at home.

Flexibility, Support Build Student Independence
Flex Academy programs offer online curriculum, with in-class adult support and face-to-face peer interaction.

Plus, during the open house you can view prior E-Learning special reports on topics including Virtual PD, E-Learning for Special Populations, E-Curriculum, and more! 


Live Chat: Improving Schools Through Blended Learning
Oct. 24, 12:30 p.m. ET: Improving Schools Through Blended Learning
Special guests will discuss how blended learning has changed from its inception, what educators have learned throughout its evolution, and what factors create successful blended learning environments. Click here to sign up.

DIGITAL EDITION OF EVALUATING WHAT WORKS IN BLENDED LEARNING
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