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Evolving Ed

Understanding the Difference Between Hybrid Education and Blended Learning

What’s the difference between Hybrid Education and Blended Learning? 

Lauren Davis
Evolving Ed

How Integrated Tech Tools Help Meet the Needs of Students and Teachers

Technology integration is the use of technology resources—computers, mobile devices, digital cameras, social networking platforms, software applications, the internet, etc.—in daily teaching and le

Lauren Davis
Evolving Ed

Building Relationships with Students in a Blended Learning Environment

Many Models, One Constant 

H. L.
Evolving Ed

10 Essential Skills to Teach Students in 2020 and Beyond

Every year educators teach students not only their curriculum, but also essential life skills to help them become better prepared for life outside of school.

Kristen Cole
Evolving Ed

How a Balanced Assessment Strategy Helps Identify Learning Gaps

External Uncertainty and Internal Chaos

H. L.
Evolving Ed

The Role of Digital Citizenship in Blended Learning

Digital citizenship is a pillar of effective blended learning.

Lauren Davis
Evolving Ed

How Schools and Districts Can Close the COVID-19 Learning Gap

Closing the physical doors of school buildings around the country with only around a quarter of the academic calendar remaining wasn’t on anyone’s radar.

Lauren Davis
Evolving Ed

The Impact of Blended Learning on Student Engagement

Student engagement is often one of the most important indicators of student learning. It reflects the quality of teaching strategies, as well as the effectiveness of the instructor.

Lauren Davis
Evolving Ed

4 Questions to Ask Parents at the Beginning of the School Year

It seems like just yesterday schools all over the world were closing their physical doors and jumping head first into distance learning with little or no preparation.

Lauren Davis
Evolving Ed

Understanding the Inherent Challenges of Digital Equity in Blended Learning

Blended learning—a combination of both synchronous, in-person instruction and asynchronous online learning—continues to prove itself to be one of the most effective ways of teaching and learning.

Lauren Davis