The factory model of education is the wrong model for the 21st century. Today, our schools must prepare all students for college and careers–and do far more to personalize instruction and employ the smart use of technology.
-Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education
Education is primed for a revolution — and blended learning might just be it.
Blended learning refers to any time a student learns in part at a brick-and-mortar facility and in part online. It’s a disruptive innovation in education, and one that many schools are employing to increase student learning and engagement while dealing with the realities of public funding.
In this infographic, learn about blended learning’s history and potential, the different ways in which today’s schools are employing online courses, and specific research needs for the future.
Click on the image to view the full infographic — Blended Learning: A Disruptive Innovation