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    4 ideas for building a performing arts blended-learning program

    March 15, 2018 | by Emily Pulham

    Are you an administrator or teacher wondering how to use blended-learning pedagogy for performing arts classes? What kind of an impact could blended and personalized learning have on the outcomes of the courses you teach or oversee? If funding is cut for performing arts in school, could blended learning be an answer to help when […]

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    Inspiring math students with a South African NGO’s blended-learning program

    February 15, 2018 | by Katrina Bushko

    Last November, at the 2017 WISE Summit in Doha, Qatar we presented our first white paper on blended learning outside the US, Blended Beyond Borders, and also had the opportunity to meet many great researchers, policy makers, and entrepreneurs making an impact in the global innovative education space. Among them was Jo Besford, director of […]

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    Does blended learning spell the end of homework?

    May 27, 2016 | by Clifford Maxwell

    As the disruption of monolithic teacher-led instruction continues to occur, there may be another educational practice that is being transformed along with it, especially for younger students: homework. Blended learning can enhance classroom time for students and teachers in ways that either reduce the need for homework or prompt educators to rethink the use of […]

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