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Blended Learning


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Students at Rocketship charter schools use computer games to practice math exercises during the day.
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Students at Rocketship charter schools use computer games to practice math exercises during the day.

Increasingly, schools are combining traditional face-to-face classroom instruction with computer activities. This approach is known in education circles as "blended" or "hybrid" learning. But are schools which employ blended learning emphasizing technology over teachers?

Host: Michael Krasny

Guests:

  • Ana Tintocalis, KQED education reporter
  • Tina Barseghian, editor of MindShift, a KQED blog covering education and technology

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KQED's education reporter Ana Tintocalis and Mindshift blogger Tina Barseghian join us to discuss this growing trend.

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