The move to blended learning can be threatening, even for good teachers. Being aware of their possible concerns is vital for those leading change in organizations.
Assuming a good teacher in the traditional classroom will be a good teacher in a blended learning environment is wrong. The terminology alone provides a clue; after all, it is “blended learning”—not “blended teaching.”
A teacher hopefully will be good in both environments, but this is not a given.
The rules of education have changed, yet some persist in believing old solutions will remain successful. The teacher is no longer...