Selecting Digital Curricula to Complement Blended Learning Models

Blended learning is a growing trend, with the Center for Digital Education estimating that K-12 public education has invested nearly $10 billion in blended learning in 2013 alone.

With the proliferation of digital curricula choices in every subject, how can educators make prudent decisions to create the best possible blended learning classrooms? Just like print curricula, digital curricula should be evaluated in light of its alignment with relevant Common Core and other standards to most effectively achieve goals and boost achievement. But, there are many other factors to consider.

Attend this web seminar to cut through the confusion, and participate in a discussion of best practices for digital curricula selection that highlights the most critical aspects educators must consider when allocating resources.

Topics will include:

  • Ensuring that educators understand how the digital curricula specifically supports classroom needs
  • Deciding how often and in what format student assessment will take place 
  • How to choose software that works with your device strategy and technology infrastructure

Scheduled speakers:
Dr. Tim Hudson
Senior Director of Curriculum Design
DreamBox Learning

Who will benefit:
Superintendents, K-5 curriculum directors, technology directors, principals and others involved with blended learning initiatives. Anyone may attend.

Date of broadcast: 
Thursday, November 7, 2013
2:00 pm EST