Blended Confusion: Personalized vs. Differentiated

The end of the school year has flooded my inbox and social media with inspiring stories, exciting graduation updates, and plenty of education related readings. While I love those stories, I am becoming increasingly more frustrated with the educational resources coming my way. More and more I am noticing that the stories in those readings – ASCD SmartBrief, Education Week, EdSurge, etc. – are mentioning blended learning, which is good, but their misuse of terminology is making an already blurry concept blurrier.

Titles like these are popping up everywhere

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