The sequel to Disrupting Class, this how-to guide sheds light on the practical side of blended learning.
This paper explores how California superintendents are implementing blended learning, despite strict regulations.
Technology is increasingly integral to school systems — but do we know what schools want out of software? This white paper summarizes how 30 school systems are using education technology and what advancements they hope to see in the market moving forward.
Based on a small, early-stage sampling of schools in New Hampshire, this white paper describes how blended-learning models that tend to be disruptive relative to the traditional classroom appear especially well suited to support competency-based education at scale.
This important volume takes stock of the debate, neither demonizing nor celebrating the for-profit sector, to understand what it takes for for-profits to promote quality and cost effectiveness at scale.
This paper analyzes blended learning through the lens of disruptive innovation theory. It introduces the theory of hybrids and identifies sustaining and disruptive models of blended learning.
As blended learning continues to expand across the K–12 sector, definitions are important to understanding the growing phenomenon. This paper creates a shared language for the emerging field, adding much needed clarity to the education lexicon.
Filled with real-life case studies and scientific findings, Disrupting Class uses the theory of disruptive innovation to offer groundbreaking insights on one of the most important issues of our time — education.