Schools Blend Virtual and Face-to-Face Teaching
Schools combine virtual and face-to-face teachers to meet student needs
In blended-learning environments, where students learn partly online and partly in a face-to-face classroom, how do teachers work together to best support their learning?
That’s a question educators at the Chicago Virtual Charter School have spent five years answering.
“We’ve really been pioneering this path of hybrid education,” said Leah Rodgers, the academic administrator for the 600-student school. “And we’ve figured a lot of this...
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