blended learning

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blended learning

n
(Education) education the use of both classroom teaching and on-line learning
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The university is also working on offering the first blended-learning certificate through the School of Continuing Education.
At Wheeler Kearns Architects, an 18-person practice in Chicago, we recently had the opportunity to design, from scratch, new facilities for two charter schools, each one using a distinct blended-learning model.
Testing the reluctant professor's hypothesis: Evaluating a blended-learning approach to distance education.
7) This commitment is echoed by John Rice, who oversees DCPS forays into the blended-learning world: "Chancellor Henderson has identified five capital commitments that we're trying to reach by 2017.
Using online learning in blended-learning environments will be critical for most Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to realize this priority.
Specifically, NHI is modifying some courses to follow a blended-learning approach that combines the best attributes from instructor-led and self-study methodologies.
An estimated six million college students are participating in blended-learning experiences this year.
Gary and Kathleen Rogers, launched a blended-learning pilot in four Oakland Unified schools, including Elmhurst, in fall 2012.
The blended-learning taxonomy and definitions presented in this paper expand upon and refine the authors' previous work in helping to create a shared language for the K-12 blended-learning sector.
Bonk and Graham are justly proud of this, noting that theirs "is the first book to cover blended-learning situations and scenarios around the globe" (p.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) announced the release of a new study reporting significant growth for online and blended-learning models of K-12 education, not only in the United States but around the world.