Best Practices for Blended Learning

In our post-COVID world, online learning is here to stay. In “Blended Learning: The Education of the Future,” Columbia School Chief Academic Officer Pat Hoge discusses how incorporating online learning into the curriculum benefits both schools and students. Schools can expand their course offerings, fill in staffing gaps and attract additional students seeking a fully online or hybrid learning option. Students learn valuable skills in self-discipline, independent learning and virtual communication, skills they will need for success in university and the global workforce.

But implementation is not always easy. Hoge details best practices that can ensure schools and their online learning provider create a productive and engaging learning experience. Read more about how schools can embrace blended learning successfully in the AMISA newsletter that was published in June 2021.

Read the full article in the June 2021 newsletter at

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