Tips for how to bring blended learning into the classroom

08/22/2013 | KQED.org

For teachers introducing blended learning in their classrooms this school year, there are four essential principles that should serve as a guide. It's important to consider, journalist Katrina Schwartz writes in this blog post, that every school needs a vision, one size does not fit all and software should not determine learning goals. It's also important, she writes, that teachers receive the support they need and be part of the decision-making process.

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