A panel of students from across the United States who are involved in blended and online learning programs will be the speakers for this session. Currently, there are close to 2 million students taking online courses annually in the U.S. Additionally, thousands of students are involved in blended learning programs. Included on this panel will be students from New York City Schools who are part of the iLearnNYC blended learning initiative, students from full time online programs, and students who are involved in part time online programs. Join this webinar to listen to the students discuss how they are learning, what they are learning and how learning is different for them online or blended as compared to traditional learning. There will be time for attendees to also ask questions of the students.
Elearning is so cool, even Justin Bieber knows about its advantages. For those of you who don’t know (or more likely, don’t care), Justin Bieber received his high school diploma last year by taking his courses via elearning.
There are certain widely held ideas about how time is used in distance education. One is that distance education “takes more time” than face-to-face teaching. This is one of those axioms that people accept and repeat, but don’t think about.
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