Tracy Clark, a former teacher turned writer who is playing a supporting role in the Raising Blended Learners grant, attended one of our blended learning workshops and observed as educators went through the motions of individualized, student-centered learning.
It’s been said that experience is the teacher of all things. Raise Your Hand Texas believes the concept of blended learning is one best experienced by school leaders, especially if we expect them to successfully personalize learning for our state’s 5+ million public school students.
Blogging for Getting Smart, an organization that focuses on innovations in teaching and learning, Clark shares five lessons she learned about making the transition to blended learning. Click below to read one observer’s take on the workshop.