Is Blended Learning at a Tipping Point?


How could neuroscience help teachers? Neuroscience can help teachers understand how the brain learns new information. Even having a basic knowledge of neuroscience can inform the way teachers teach.


If you are interested in attending a highly beneficial conference during the fall of 2017, then you should consider attending one or more of the following four meetings.


Is digital equity the civil rights issue of the day?


Leading change can be quite a challenge, especially when you're asking teachers to let go of materials and techniques they have used for most of their careers. Here's how we approached this successfully in our district.


A California grant funds blended adult education programs that bring thousands of ELLs closer to the American dream.


A teacher shares how a multi-sensory literacy initiative has empowered both students and teachers.


Answers the question, "can digital equity close the achievement gap?"


Let's look at an instance where a school district partnered with an educational services firm to create high-impact learning environments in their schools.


When the technology department decides on a new tool or technology initiative, there is often associated training. While this training is a good start, educators need more. They need to go beyond how the tool works to how it can be used to transform classrooms. They need time to practice and role play scenarios in which this technology can be used.


The opinions expressed in Education Futures: Emerging Trends in K-12 are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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