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This learning style is creating a new digital divide in the U.S.

Blended, online learning is giving only students in some states the advantage they need Education technology can enable achievement for students with a variety of learning styles. But it also…

App of the week: BrainPOP Featured Movie

Watch a different animated movie every day, then test your new knowledge with an interactive quiz–free!…

Five pressing education issues you’ll see in 2014

Although many states, districts, and education leaders are beginning 2014 with a fresh perspective on education priorities, familiar issues--including funding, Common Core, and policy--are sure to emerge.

The Council…

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7 ways to prepare incoming teachers for blended learning

In keeping with the recent professional development reform of focusing less on technology skills that are constantly changing and more on mindset and 21st century pedagogy, the key to training…

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This hybrid innovation is about to change your school forever

Hybrid innovations are technologies that bridge tradition to the future, fundamentally changing how an entire industry performs; and according to education experts, K-12 is currently experiencing one hybrid technology that…

Welcome to the wild, wild web? Fewer parents enforcing internet rules for kids

Canadian children are increasingly being left to their own devices – both literally and figuratively – when it comes to accessing the internet, according to a major new study of…

How-to
Five steps to a successful blended learning program

As school leaders consider adopting blended learning to provide more opportunities for their students, here are five key considerations gleaned from the thousands of schools we’ve worked with.…

The intelligence of education elements

As K–12 blended learning has grown, efforts have popped up across the country to create breakthrough proof points that stretch our collective understanding of what is possible for students, Forbes…

Professors in deal to design online lessons for A.P. classes

To ease the way for students grappling with certain key concepts, professors at Davidson College in North Carolina will design online lessons for high school students in Advanced Placement courses…

What is a flipped classroom?

Flipped classrooms are becoming more and more common, both for in-person classes and in online learning settings, Edudemic reports.…