Competency-based online and blended educational programs aren’t limited to the fields of business, computer science, nursing and education. Because competency-based programs measure student progress based on the demonstration of prescribed skills – often at a student’s own pace – they
Join us this month for blog posts about blended and online learning. In this blog post, Superintendent Michael Snell highlights how his district uses technology to give students more agency in learning. Think about how we, as adults, organize our daily
The use of blended learning is becoming more common at Arab region universities, and can prove an added benefit to traditional learning for Arab international students studying in the region. Somali national Zakaria Mohamed Hagi Hassan is currently taking a
Join us this month for blog posts about blended and online learning. In this blog post, education leader Fred Ende explores why blended learning — instead of a 100% online option — may be the best fit for some learners. I
Join us this month for blog posts about blended and online learning. Adam Holden, head of the Department of Teacher Education at Fort Hays State University, kicks things off with strategies for building community in online learning. For years we
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