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Blended Learning: A Disruptive Innovation

December 31, 2012


Blended learning is a disruptive innovation in education that can take many forms. As an Adjunct with UMUC. I have taught traditional face-2-face, hybrid, and online course work. As this infographic portrays, the hybrid classes seemed to be the most beneficial to my students. Below Knewton, a technology company based in NYC, looks at what blended learning is, why it’s spreading, […]

Hybrid Education: The Evidence Grows (reblog)

August 14, 2012


Adding to articles here on distruptive innovations, I found this article by Peadar Coyle at the Hybrid Reality Institute that discusses emerging practices in education and skill development. Hybrid Education: The Evidence Grows by Peadar Coyle It is said that education is something people have strong opinions about. A growing literature has emerged around randomized evaluations […]