Monthly Archives: March 2015

BlendKit2015 – Answering the question, “Can they do it?”

After reading Chapter 3 of the BlendKit Reader, “Blended Assessments of Learning,” I realized, even more so than before, how different I operate my classroom and, therefore, how I deal with assessments. I teach ESL to adult learners, using a … Continue reading

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BlendKit2015 – Interactions: Beyond student to instructor or other classmates

Interaction is important regardless of the delivery method of the course. In a blended program and an online program, it is especially important. As Kevin Kelly and Ruth Cox point out in their article, “Techno Expression”1, students may often drop … Continue reading

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