Blended learning state framework meeting set for July 24 in Denver
July 19, 2017
A group of education policy leaders, in partnership with the Keystone Policy Center, will unveil a statewide blended learning roadmap to the Colorado Department of Education in Denver on Monday morning, July 24.
The event fulfills the charge set forth by the state's General Assembly and the governor's office through House Bill 16-1222 to identify strategies for educators, lawmakers and others to enact to produced expanded access to this advanced form of learning. The teaching model combines the use of traditional in-class lecture and group work with lessons on the computer and other digital tools to enhance retention and allow students to go at their own pace.
The blended learning roadmap will lay out a series of priority areas for action at the local and state levels, including human capital, policy and funding, as well as technology and digital resources. The public event takes place in the Department of Education's state boardroom, at 201 E. Colfax Ave., and begins at 10 a.m.
To learn more about blended learning or the Colorado Empowered Learning group putting on the presentation, visit: colorado.gov/cel
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