The Learning Accelerator is committed to providing teachers, administrators and others who are interested in blended learning with resources to help understand and successfully implement blended learning programs.
These resources currently include whitepapers on personalized learning, case studies on how innovative districts are adopting blended learning, and step-by-step implementation guides for districts ready to take the first steps.
Blended Learning Resources
The Learning Accelerator and Getting Smart joined with DLN to update this popular guide. Version 2.0 reflects feedback from schools and districts, developments in the field, and new educational technology trends.
Published in 2012 as suggestions for the Race to the Top-District Competition. RTT-D is sponsored by the US Dep. of Education to create personalized learning to bolster student achievement.
An education case study developed from the “Innovation Powered by Technology” conference in 2012. A model of how to convene a successful conference about student-centered digital learning.
The Foundation selected four schools as partners in their commitment to fundamentally change and improve teaching and learning in Oakland.
The Rogers Family Foundation is excited to share an update to their Oakland Blended Learning case study published in October 2012.
Education Sector – The Right Mix: How an L.A. School is Blending a Curriculum for Personalized Learning
This profile of an implementation in a school in Los Angeles describes both the potential and the challenges of blended learning.
This report details the implementation of blended learning at a Providence elementary school chosen to be a proof point for the state.
A helpful guide for any school or district considering blended learning implementation - includes school case studies and online resources.
A framework to help leaders and teachers better understand the competencies educators need to be effective in blended teaching and learning environments.