In this white paper, three prominent educators—Mary Fluharty, Bryan Wood, and Heather Hiebsch—share some of what they’ve learned during their years of experience with blended learning education. The paper focuses on the five steps to implementing a program that integrates online instruction with traditional face-to-face class activities to achieve greater productivity for teachers and better outcomes for students. Download this free guide to see the educator's tips to implementing a successful blended learning program.
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