Blended learning is one of the most important learning trends happening in today’s classrooms. It’s not always called ‘blended learning’ but make no mistake. It’s happening.
That’s because blended learning is one of the driving forces of educational change right now. It’s a big way schools are integrating education technology, trying out new learning techniques, rewriting curricula, and more.
In order to sound like you know what you’re talking about, it might be useful to take a look at this visual guide to blended learning. It’s a step-by-step guide that tells you the what, why, and how of everything blended.
The 4 Types Of Blended Learning
Looking for some of the best bits of information before scrolling down? Here are a few of our favorites. What a world we live in … where 11% of children can tie their shoe but 70% can use a computer mouse. Now it’s time to better understand the 4 types of blended learning: rotation, flex, self-blend, and enriched-virtual. The visual below spells them out – but you’ll want to scroll to the bottom and work your way up, ideally.
Note: the graphic is a few years old and is meant to be a useful thought-provoking visual, not a timely report. With that in mind, here are some of our favorite bits of info!
[Tweet “70% of children age 2-5 can use a computer mouse. Just 11% can tie their shoes.”]
[Tweet “Did you know? 2 out of 3 school districts now offer blended learning.”]
[Tweet “Rotation, Flex, Self-Blend, and Enriched-Virtual – the 4 types of blended learning.”]
Via the Edmentum Blog