When teachers think of blended learning only in terms of high-tech interventions they limit themselves, asserts Brian Seymour, director of instructional technology at the Pickerington, Ohio, Local School District. Seymour calls for the traditional teacher to give way to the "tradigital" teacher, who uses digital tools to support instruction and helps students develop agency for their learning.
Why blended learning doesn't have to involve technology
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