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We are always talking with education leaders about their best practices and lessons learned for online and blended learning. Whether it is through Learn Outside the Lines, conferences, or our own Blended Learning Leader Forums (BLLF), we try to glean those important details from successful programs and share that knowledge with our readers.
As our readers on Learn Outside the Lines know, we often talk with administrators and instructors about the lessons learned, best practices, and successes they’ve had in implementing personalized learning within school systems. Method Schools is an excellent example of creating a blended model of learning to deliver results.
Did you know that customization is the cornerstone of personalized learning?
Forward-thinking schools and districts are implementing BYOD and 1:1 initiatives to enhance the learning experience. And some of those really innovative schools are evolving the roles of educators to accommodate the new blended learning models.
Offering students a personalized, blended learning environment is not without its challenges. And, making that same environment available to students across the district can seem daunting. So how does one go about implementing such a program that can be scaled across an entire district?
Many schools and districts perceive that one of the biggest barriers to initiating online or blended learning programs is how they will address the administration, integration, and management of such programs. Given that we hear this concern voiced frequently at industry conferences and workshops, there is a good opportunity to roundup some recent articles we’ve posted on Learn Outside the Lines (LOtL) that highlight a key component of Fuel Educat