Blended learning creates new roles for educators

02/21/2014 | eSchool News (free registration)

The growing popularity of blended learning in education has led to establishing "coach" or "success coach" roles -- staff who support and offer guidance to students engaged in blended learning. Such personnel act as counselors, mentors and more. "[There is] one educator whose sole role and responsibility is ensuring students learn in a positive, supportive, safe, and collaborative environment. My focus is on what the student needs to be successful," said Alex Lown, a success coach in Michigan.

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