A recent Smithsonian Magazine article paints a great picture of how blended learning bucks the trend of the traditional one-size-fits-all school model.
Author Ian Quillen frames his blended learning chronicle around a school in Washington DC who was struggling to engage its students. By turning to a mix of offline and online learning tools, the school began to see some amazing progress. Quillen rounds out his profile of blended learning with insight from key stakeholders, including Michael Horn of the Clayton Christiensen Institute.
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