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blended learning

Which Blended Learning group are you in?


Regarding blended learning I've observed that adult basic skills (including ESOL/ESL, and Adult Secondary Education and Transition) teachers fall into one of these four groups or categories:

1) They don't use any form of blended learning.

2) Their students use a commercial/proprietary learning management system or content management system.

Evaluating Digital Learning for Adult Basic Literacy and Numeracy


I want to call your attention a quasi-experimental design research report released today by SRI Education/SRI Internatiional that was based on a multi year study of five adult basic skills education online or blended learning products for reading or math, and was funded by the Joyce Foundation. Evaluating Digital Learning for Adult Basic Literacy and Numeracy

Next Generation Career Pathways: A Manufacturing Case Study

According to The Getting Smart Blog, which features articles on higher education and lifelong learning, there are over three million unfilled, skilled jobs in the U.S., and two times as many disconnected youth. In Next Generation Career Pathways:  A Manufacturing Case Study, writers, Tom Vander Ark and Mary Ryerse present how

Blended Learning

Technology and Learning Colleagues,

Webinar on Blended Learning

You're invited! Join World Education's brand new EdTech Center for an exploration of blended learning presented by David Rosen. This free webinar is for those who are new or experimenting with blended learning - integrating face-to-face and online learning. Together we will explore questions such as:


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