[caption id="attachment_117719" align="alignleft" width="150"] “We have to think of students differently,” Brooks said—“as creators, researchers, investigators, and even designers.”[/caption]

As blended learning programs grow in popularity, proponents of the approach—which involves a combination of computer-based learning and face-to-face instruction—say there are a few key considerations school leaders should keep in mind as they set up blended learning models.

Alabama’s Mountain Brook Schools is in its third year of a blended learning program.

“Education is really changing, and we’ve got to change with it—and in order to do that, we’ve really been working hard...

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