Blended learning 101: Strategies, resources and tips for getting started

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#DitchBook Twitter chat | Friday, August 31, 2018

Blended learning 101: Strategies, resources and tips for getting started

Blended learning combines traditional and online learning. It has the power to increase engagement and provide individualized instruction. But how do we get started? Here are lots of ideas.

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?

In a recent #Ditchbook Twitter chat moderated by Rachelle Dene PothTracy Enos, Maureen Hayes. Laura Steinbrink and Louie Soper educators answered these questions and many more.

Scroll down to check out a summary of our discussion below.

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