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Blended Learning

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Blended Learning. Get inspired and try out new things.

PinterestFacebookemailTwitter Distance learning can be very overwhelming because it’s something new for our little learners. They have traded in a brightly-colored classroom for a computer screen as a platform to interact with their teacher and classmates. As an educator, there is new technology to learn, and how do you even teach your students over video? ...Read More

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With schools cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this has been a challenging time for all. For teachers, implementing distance learning with little-to-no training ahead of time, has left us overwhelmed and worried as we

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Distance learning is challenging, but I want to make sure that the technology platforms you're using are simple and easy to navigate. I'm sharing my tips and tricks for implementing Zoom for your elementary classroom! My ideas will show you how to best use it when teaching your students, and I'll also walk you through different steps that will save you time and effort when troubleshooting what may be a new program to you!

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The Gamification in eLearning Infographic presents information on new gamification trends, benefits of gamification and how to motivate your learners.

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I shared about the infographic that Rebecca Cissel of 21st Century Tekkie and I created. Now it is even better because Rebecca app smashed and used ThingLink to add links to our infographic. Here it is in all its link love glory. I shared about reading the new to be …

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Endorsed by John Hattie: "Bold School...needs to be an essential part of every educator's toolbox." Technology is awesome. Teachers are better. Blending new technologies into instruction is a non-negotiable if we are to help our students gain the skills they'll need to thrive in careers. And so too is educators' old school wisdom in planning intentional blended learning that works. Too often, sincere enthusiasm for technologies pushes proven instructional strategies to the wayside, all but…

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