Blended learning can be a great way to make use of whatever technology tools you do have, rather than needing specific technology that you don’t have. Blended learning doesn’t require you to have a 1:1 classroom, a certain number of iPads, or particular software, though you can put any and all of those things to use as you choose. Thus, blended learning covers a lot of ground – and in the process it helps to make learning more engaging, effective, and efficient.
That said, implementing a blended learning program in your classroom or school isn’t exactly simple. Careful planning and a strong understanding of blended learning will help make the transition much more smooth. Enter: the handy infographic below. It takes a look at how to set up a blended learning environment, some of the features of a great blended learning program, and some other tidbits of information.
Read the entire article by Katie Lepi on edudemic at http://www.edudemic.com/implement-blended-learning/