Author - Laura Almozara
Each year, U.S. teachers work with millions of students to guide them from preschool through graduation. And teachers do more than simply teach; they motivate students, recognize and reward success, help students deal with problems with their classmates and even families, and so much more.
Many teachers make such an impact on students that they are never forgotten. When is the last time someone hesitated to respond when asked to talk about their favorite teacher?
We often discuss the ways teachers help students, but how much do you really know about what it takes to teach? We’ve summarized some powerful statistics to help define what it means to be a great teacher. Next time you talk to a teacher, make sure to thank them for everything they do!
What successful blended learning programs have in common
Blended learning—a formal education program in which students receive both online and face-to-face instruction—is becoming an important fixture in the American educational landscape and has the ability to boost student outcomes in a major way. But determining how to implement blended learning at your own school can seem overwhelming.
Edgenuity examined successful blended learning programs across the country and identified 5 critical components of their success in our whitepaper, Building Capacity for Blended Learning.
Learn more about the critical components of successful blended learning programs in our infographic below, or read the full whitepaper here.