“Does blended learning really work?” This question has become increasingly popular over the last decade or so. Educators and researchers around the world want to know does including technology into the classroom help students learn?
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Doceō had the opportunity to speak to a full house at iNACOL...
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I opened a contract on my desk the other day, prepared to spend the good part of the hour reading through the legalese, but the 2nd page caught my attention for longer than expected. In this document that was nearly 30 pages long, there was a single white piece of paper with these simple words: