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Education is changing! If I were a betting person I'd spend some time exploring online learning. I'd know the difference between face-to-face, blended and fully online learning. I'd have some ideas on how I would teach a unit in each environment. Who knows were you may land a teaching position.

Feel free to explore my Teaching Online course syllabus.

Feel free to create instructional activities for the online classroom. Why? Read NEA's policy brief Blended Learning.

DPI's website -- Online Learning: A Guide for Schools

Adding Some TEC-VARIETY: 100+ Activities for Motivating and Retaining Learners Online-- free eBook


Extra, extra, extra.....Are you ready for now? Are you ready to teach in a blended learning environment? How about an online environment?
Snow Days Turn Into E-Learning Days for Some Schools,
DAILY INSIGHT: This ain't your 1970's snow day
Using Online and Blended Learning To Help Students Design Their Educational Experience -- "in 2000 there were 45,000 K-12 courses delivered online, the number jumped to more than 3 million in 2009. "It's being estimated," said young, "that by 2019, more than 50 percent of all high school courses will be delivered online." Young does not challenge those claims, saying, "Once kids and families have gotten a taste of this kind of learning, they don't want to go back."")