Blended Learning with Technology
Blended learning mixes traditional face-to-face education with technology, and gives students the opportunity to interact with teachers and other students using a variety of digital tools. Blended learning allows students to take advantage of their familiarity with digital technology and build the skills needed for working and living in a rapidly changing, interconnected world.
Students can take part in synchronous classes “face-to-face” from remote locations, watch recorded lessons on their own schedules, and communicate with their teacher and classmates using a variety of secure online tools.
At the Adult Education Partnership, students can complete several courses using platforms such as Google Classroom and Brightspace/D2L.
Google Classroom: https://edu.google.com