From Michael Horn - "To maximize the benefits of blended learning, we’ll need to rethink not just the system architecture of schooling, but also the physical architecture of schools themselves. We need more designers and architects thinking about how schools should change their physical design, clarifying the principles underlying these changes, and illuminating the path to move from today’s egg-crate boxes to designs fit for the future."
Thoughts on Blended Learning from Phil McRae of the Alberta Teachers' Association
from Getting Smart - A great example is Meriden Public Schools, which hosted a Blended Learning Summit (#MPSblended).
A new bundle of blog posts, sponsored by The Nellie Mae Education Foundation in partnership with Getting Smart, titled “Getting Smart on Blending Middle Grade Math,” was released today. The collections outlines student-centered approaches to learning in blended math. The Nellie Mae Education Foundation’s vision offers four tenets to describe student-centered learning.
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