Tag Archives: blended learning

Cool Tool | Lightbox

Designed for pre-K—12 teachers looking to improve student engagement, comprehension, vocabulary and literacy development, Follett’s Lightbox is a fully interactive, multimedia educational space that encourages students to see learning in a new light. Students receive a multimedia learning experience incorporating … Continue reading

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What Online Learning Tools Have Taught Me

Perspective from a fourth-grade language arts and social studies teacher. GUEST COLUMN | by Chelisa Lacy Online learning tools and education technology solutions have a bit of a checkered past amongst educators. For many years, the technology and value of … Continue reading

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Strength in Community

Online learning, a passionate commitment and the Detroit Public Safety Academy.   INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Isaiah Pettway started teaching in Detroit in 2008. To equip himself with the essential tools needed to serve a diverse youth population in … Continue reading

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Happy Learners

Discovering the secret ingredient for student motivation. GUEST COLUMN | by Vinod Lobo What motivates a student to spend more than 20 hours completing a rigorous online curriculum both inside and outside of class? Teachers strive to motivate students, but … Continue reading

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Fast and Furious

While driving rapid change in education, creating an effective virtual school program. GUEST COLUMN | by Carol Ribeiro  In the past several years, we have witnessed a tremendous acceleration of transformative policies and practices driving customized learning in the K–12 … Continue reading

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