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Blended Learning: Where Online Education Meets the Classroom

Since the economic crisis of 2008, school districts have seen a substantial cut in their funding. This loss of funding has motivated various school districts to incorporate online learning in conjunction with classroom learning. This online and classroom based online is called blended learning. According to an article in The Huffington Post, blended learning offers teachers more options for improving student achievement with fewer resources.


According to the article, teachers who have access to online education programs can assign lectures, skill building exercises, and other resources to the students. This allows the students to enter the classroom ready for the current lesson or ready to discuss the more complex points of the lesson. Some teachers believe this blended learning model could help extend the school day and make learning activities accessible throughout summer break.


You can read more at The Huffington Post


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