Traditional classrooms have held sway for hundreds of years, but technology has started to make inroads into how we learn. The new classroom is akin to a combination of an old-fashioned space combined with digital strategies, and it’s called blended learning.

Blended learning offers a unique flexibility for both teachers and students, but it involves some questions about the setup and uses.  Instructors must still prepare, spend class time, and do follow-up, so they need to figure out how much face-to-face time there actually is. The technical requirements are also important to convey and understand, as are how assignments are shared. For students, there’s also review, reading, and discussion—the same as any other classroom.
Interested in learning more about where classrooms, teachers, and students are headed? Check out infographic below on the benefits of Blended Learning shared with us by Elizabeth Eichinger and this interesting write-up on how blended learning is changing the game by Dr. Tammy Stephens.

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