Dr. Bill Daggett, founder and chair of Successful Practices Network and
Ray McNulty, co-chair and senior consultant of Successful Practices Network
write about Online Learning: Bringing Choice, Flexibility, and Improved Outcomes to More Students.
Online instruction and learning are becoming ubiquitous. It is no longer a case of offering webbased instruction or not, but rather a question of how you can maximize online tools in a blended approach. When online instructional programs are rooted in pedagogy—based on research about what works—and are implemented specifically to meet student needs, their capacity to benefit both students and teachers is broad and real.
Download our white paper to learn:
- The six hallmarks of effective online instruction
- How to select online instruction programs for your students’ needs
- The red flags of potentially subpar online instructional programs
- How to create a culture to implement blended learning for success