Best Practices for Blended Learning Success in Your District
Oct 27 3:00 am to 4:00 am
In this interactive session, Julia Freeland Fisher will discuss the latest Clayton Christensen Institute research on the growth and implementation of blended learning in K-12 schools. Administrators will learn about successful strategies for leveraging blended learning to improve student learning and engagement in their districts. The Clayton Christensen Institute is a non-profit think tank that studies disruptive innovations in the public sector. The Education Program at the Christensen Institute examines K–12 issues through the lens of disruptive innovation. Its research aims to transform outdated systems into student-centered designs that educate every student successfully and enable each to realize his or her fullest potential.