Blended learning is successful with young students if modified for their unique learning needs

blended-learningImplementing blended learning in the earliest grades can have an incredibly positive impact on young students if educators follow a "transitional" blended learning model that focuses on active and intentional technology use.

A transitional blended learning model follows, with a few tweaks, a traditional rotational model as outlined by the Clayton Christensen Institute: students move on a fixed schedule between digital learning (in which they have some control over time, place, path, and/or pace) and traditional teacher-led...

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