Blended learning provides a combination of in-person, face-to-face activities and digital learning.
By leveraging the power of technology tools and resources, a blended learning classroom allows for more individualized instruction.
What does a blended learning classroom look like? And what activities are best for a blended learning classroom?
Scroll down to check out a summary of our discussion below.
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