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Why teachers’ support is vital to blended learning success

Why teachers’ support is vital to blended learning success | Educational Leadership and Technology |
A guest post by Don Brown Blended learning provides today’s students with some control over their own learning paths. By combining elements of a traditional classroom with digital learning (and student input and customization of that learning), students have more opportunities for success. Royd Darrington and Natalie Darrington are education leaders in Utah’s Juab School District and Royd is the principal of  Juab High School which was recently admitted to the League of Innovative Schools, a network of superintendents and administrators solving the challenges of K-12 learning through research and technology. This is a conversation with them regarding implementation of blended …
Via Ines Bieler, Educational Peaks, Jillian Schaibly, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's insight:
Teachers need support regardless of the model being used in a school.
Jillian Schaibly's curator insight, July 25, 2017 9:50 PM
This article takes about the support of teacher for students. Having a blended classroom where you are able to open up and talk with student can encourage learning, students are able to create in a sense their learning. As administrator you need to understand the different types of learning techniques that can be used, and be able to support the teacher when using them.
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Mind Over Medicine: The Awesome Power Of The Mind To Heal The Body!

Mind Over Medicine: The Awesome Power Of The Mind To Heal The Body! | Educational Leadership and Technology |

As Harris Dienststfrey wrote in his essay in Consciousness & Healing, “I hope this is clear. There is as yet no bottom to the well of the mind’s capacity to do in the body (some bodies) what any newly invented drug can do. The problem the drug is treating does not matter. The mind is expansive enough to treat the problem. Put it this way: The mind so far can do (for some people) what all the pharmaceutical labs of the world together haven’t been able to do.”

Via The BioSync Team, Jem Muldoon
Dave Phillipson's curator insight, December 19, 2012 2:14 PM

For mor on Mind/Body wellness, go to and follow their blog.  Great insights on a continual basis!

Eileen Marable's curator insight, December 29, 2012 9:32 PM

Looking forward to reading this - I am needing to harness the power of the mind for healing the many medical issues I've had. I'll report back soon!