Blended Learning Misconceptions

The term Blended Learning has been overused by educational technology vendors. And it has been used too broadly by educators. It has been used inaccurately by many. As a result, many teachers are suffering because of the misconceptions which accompany this term.

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Blended Learning is not just adding technology.

In fact, the difference between Blended Learning and Technology Integration is crucial to dispel these misconceptions. Educators already use technology in classes. Teachers should not expect by adding technology to classroom instruction anything different happens; some intentionality has to happen with how technology is meaningful and used with students to expect any change. Check out both: Tech Integration vs. Blended Learning & Does Tech Integration Versus Blended Learning Matter?

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