How to take the lead in implementing blended learning

07/19/2013 | Education Week

Classroom technology is effective only when introduced by skilled educators and skilled leaders, suggest K-12 leadership experts Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers. In this blog post, they offer three steps for educators to lead blended-learning programs. To begin, they write, become informed. Then, use a content management system to conduct digital meetings with faculty, introducing teachers to a blended-learning environment. Lastly, find an online course that works and introduce the school staff to it, they suggest.

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