Mass. teacher-licensing program benefits from blended learning

08/15/2011 | eSchool News (free registration)

Since its teacher-licensing program began in 2003, Massachusetts' Collaborative for Educational Services has searched for a way to reach out to students and keep the program convenient and affordable, two officials with the collaborative write in this piece. They have had great success with a blended-learning model, which combines online courses with traditional classroom instruction. The combination of two methods allows educators to earn a state teacher's or administrator's license without having to regularly commute to class, but three face-to-face meetings encourages personal connections.

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