Bringing Blended Learning to New JerseyIn The News, Media Center — By Paul Tyahla on February 14, 2012 at 9:54 AM
School districts across New Jersey are looking to blended learning as a means of expanding the courses offered to students and engaging them in 21st Century learning systems, while holding down costs.
In December, Anthony Kim of Education Elements addressed an education forum co-hosted by the Monmouth University School of Education, and the Common Sense Institute of New Jersey. In the address, Mr. Kim discussed the advantages and obstacles of blending online and traditional learning systems in public schools.
The entire address is available in the video below. To learn more about the partnership between Monmouth University, and CSI-NJ, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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