The definition of blended learning, simply put, is a method of combining traditional classroom teaching methods with computer classroom techniques. There are a variety of ways to implement blended learning and turn a traditional classroom into a technology classroom. Most important to teachers is that it is an effective and engaging way for students to learn. Blended learning strategies balance a face-to-face teaching approach with personalized online lessons and content. The digital tools and content are available in one place which make a blended learning classroom more accessible across student populations.
|Biggest Challenges||Capti’s Solutions|
|Finding a software that is universally accessible across all platforms (students’ computers, students’ iPads, etc.)||The world of educational technology is a wild west - too many tools that provide too little support. Capti is an all-in-one literacy solution that provides students and teachers with a platform for making their curriculum content more accessible. It is compatible with Windows, Mac and Chromebook devices as well as iPads and iPhones.|
|Finding the right technology that enables blended learning for each individual student||Capti supports blended learning in education as it is an all-in-one literacy solution that provides students and teachers with a platform for making their curriculum content more accessible.|
|Understanding how to use technology in the classroom to implement blended learning ideas||Capti has a very small learning curve; improve computer competency and engagement by providing students with an easy-to use literacy tool with a familiar interface.|
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Web-based teaching techniques are being combined with traditional classroom learning as a “blended learning” experience to get students acclimated to a wide range of technology in the blended learning classroom model.
By blending modern technology with traditional classroom learning techniques, students are able to learn more naturally.
Blended learning has led to higher test scores, happier teachers, and more confident students who can learn at their own pace in these blended learning middle schools and high schools!