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July 11, 2014

iNACOL Summer Spotlight: Blended Learning

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iNACOL SUMMER SPOTLIGHT | BLENDED LEARNING

The ultimate power of blended and online learning lies in their potential to transform the education system and enable higher levels of learning through competency-based approaches. Technology-based models can allow for differentiated instruction tailored to the specific needs of individual students. By adapting instruction to reflect the skills and knowledge students have mastered, blended and online models have the potential to keep students engaged and supported as they learn and to help them progress at their own pace, leading to dramatically higher levels of learning and attainment.
- from iNACOL’s New Learning Models Vision
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As part of iNACOL’s Summer Spotlight Series, we’ve gathered together some of our favorite learning materials to help you explore blended learning more deeply as you consider the upcoming school year and the ongoing transformation toward personalized learning:
READING…
iNACOL’s New Learning Models Vision >> download
Mean What You Say: Defining and Integrating Personalized, Blended and Competency Education >> download
A Roadmap for Implementation of Blended Learning at the School Level: A Case Study of the iLearnNYC Lab Schools >> download
Blended Learning Report – Michael & Susan Dell Foundation >> download
Is K-12 Blended Learning Disruptive? – Christensen Institute >> download
Lessons Learned from Blended Programs: Experiences and Recommendations from the Field >> book info
Evaluation of the First Year of the Oakland Blended Learning Pilot – Rogers Family Foundation >> download
Transforming K-12 Rural Education through Blended Learning: Barriers and Promising Practices >> download
RETHINK: Planning and Designing for K-12 Next Generation Learning – w/ Next Generation Learning Challenges >> download
VIDEOS…

Blended Learning 101 – Silicon Schools Fund & Christensen Institute >> watch

The Basics of Blended Learning – Education Elements >> watch

KIPP: Empower Academy >> watch
Phaedrus: Blended Learning Initiative – Seton Education Partners >> watch
What is Blended Learning? – The Learning Accelerator >> watch
Summit Public Schools: Changing Education, Changing Lives >> watch
Blended Learning Implementation Guide – Digital Learning Now! >> watch
MORE…
Find more publications, videos and archived webinars focused on blended learning at www.inacol.org.
Subscribe to Plugged In, iNACOL’s daily email sharing media coverage of education innovation, new learning models, research, policy and trends from the field.And for a deep dive into the ways personalized learning is transforming schools across the country and around the world, register to attend the iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium in Palm Springs, CA – November 4-7, 2014.

 

 


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