A lot has happened in the world of digital learning since ExcelinEd’s Digital Learning Now initiative and Getting Smart released the first Smart Series paper in August 2012. So this summer we have refreshed the series and made some changes.
Today, we’re sharing a blog post from Getting Smart highlighting the updated Smart Series paper “Blended Learning Implementation Guide 3.0.”
Blended Learning Implementation Guide 3.0
Originally published September 2013, updated & re-released Summer 2015
Authored by John Bailey, Lisa Duty, Scott Ellis, Nathan Martin, Saro Mohammed, Daniel Owens, Beth Rabbitt, Luis Rodriguez, Carri Schneider, Alex Terman, Tom Vander Ark, Jennifer Wolfe
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In partnership with: Digital Learning Now, The Learning Accelerator
This paper is one of nine in the DLN Smart Series – a collection of interactive papers that provides specific guidance regarding the adoption of higher standards and quality assessments focusing on the shift to personal digital learning.
This guide offers recommendations for developing and implementing an effective plan to adopt a blended learning model that focuses on accelerating student learning for college and career readiness. Version 3.0 reflects feedback from schools and districts, developments in the field and educational technology trends.
“Blended Learning Implementation Guide 3.0″ walks school leaders through a four-part process for blended learning implementation that begins with creating conditions for success and planning before moving into implementation and continuous improvement. The authors use exhibits, case studies and additional resources to help schools in charting their own course.
Download “Blended Learning Implementation Guide 3.0“
Read other posts in this series: