K12 Inc. has released the results of its annual survey of online and blended learning. Blended learning in K12 is trending: “66 percent use a blended learning model, compared to 34 percent that primarily use a fully online learning model”.
ABA approves a hybrid — half online half onsite — J.D. degree program. Note how online is still thought of as inferior to face-to-face.
“This is a J.D. degree that has very substantial and rigorous face-to-face components that I think are going to be designed in a unique way to help people become more prepared to practice law.”
Here’s a link to the post: American Bar Association approves experimental hybrid J.D. program | Inside Higher Ed
Essentials for Blended Learning is the second book in Routledge’s Essentials of Online Learning series. This practical handbook guides course designers and teachers through the process of transforming a traditional course into a fully blended course.
This web site compiles resources, tools, and references used in the book, and will expand on the topic of blended education in higher education, K12, and corporate settings.