The University of Central Florida has teamed with two partners to reboot a massive open online course for educators focused on blended learning in higher ed and K-12.
Rob Schwartz, a teacher at a blended learning magnet school, shares how design missions validate "the individual over the content" and give students the freedom to fail.
Knovation has partnered with Lightspeed Systems to make netTrekker digital resources available via My Big Campus.
"Teachers are being set up for failure," according to Jayme Linton, program coordinator for the master of science degree in Online Teaching and Instructional Design at Lenoir-Rhyne University.
A course designer shares the process that her virtual school uses to decide how to teach STEAM and the humanities.
Walden University is launching a new initiative designed to allow students to earn degrees online at their own pace.
Massive open online course provider edX has partnered with the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to launch a scholarship challenge aimed at advanced students in grade 7.
Stanford writing instructors have partnered with undergraduates to create a non-credit course open to the public via Stanford Online.
Windsor High School in Connecticut is using online learning to provide remediation for students at risk of not graduating on time and to support students with special needs.
An international studies teacher in Waterloo, IL, is using free video chat technology to connect his middle school students with students their age in other countries.
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