Beyond The Buzzword: Blended Learning Blog

Beyond The Buzzword is a blog for those looking to sink their teeth a little deeper into the Blended Learning world. As the title suggests, this blog goes beyond the topical approach to blended learning and looks to help turn curious teachers into more advanced blended gurus and already advanced gurus into mega-experts. This blog is written mainly by Charles Cooper and Shelly Shaw. Both ESC Region 11 education consultants, Charles and Shelly have been operating a Blended Learning Academy at the ESC Region 11 in Ft. Worth, Texas for several years. Their definition of blended learning is coherent, but still broad enough to fit many technology rich and not so rich environments. If you're interested in submitting a guest post on blended learning, please reach out!

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Posts by Beyond The Buzzword: Blended Learning Blog

Engaging Online Assignments Not Another Brick In The Wall

The online pieces to your Blended Learning lessons should cary all the personality and excitement that your face to face pieces have.  Online learning portions […]

Station Rotation: Why Should I Do That?

Station rotation is a great model to use in your Blended Learning Classroom.  When I say that, notice I didn't say in your elementary classroom.  […]

Blended Learning: It's All in the Timing! ⏰

U.S. News and World Report stated in 2009 that thirty percent of college students drop out after their first year and half never graduate.  You […]

What Do You Mean This Isn't Blended Learning???

image from 123RF Have you ever heard this… “We use the computers a lot so we are already doing blended learning.”  You and I both […]

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