Really blended learning opportunities in Californian High School
Friday, 31 August 2012
A recent article in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports on students' reactions to a highschool that combines virtual learning, face-to-face instruction and blended approaches with teachers in the classroom while a student is online in the same room. This new programme at Chaffey District Online High School offers the courses required for college preparedness in California, with the flexibility of allowing students to work at their own schedule with as much supervision and help as they need.
"It's not an alternative ed high school," Tom Mitchell, the school's principal, said. "It's a different means of learning and opportunity." Read the full article.