New Blended Learning Guide

Want to combine in-person and online instruction for adult literacy students? You’ll want to browse this new guide.

The What, Why, Who, and How of Blended Learning for Adult Basic Skills Learners provides the rationale for using the blended learning approach. And you get information on how to get started. Along with tips and strategies for implementing blended learning, you’ll find recommended online resources and case studies showing how it can be adapted to meet needs. How to meet some of the common challenges is also covered.

Written for teachers, tutors and administrators of adult literacy programs, this new resource from New Readers Press and EdTech Center is available as a free download!

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