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 Now that you have reflected on your current knowledge of blended learning, you are going learn what blended learning is within K-12 educational setting. 

 In order to gain an overview of blended learning, you will complete this video-based assessment, or edpuzzle, titled: What is Blended Learning? 

While watching this video, continue to consider the answer to this question: What is blended learning?  

Link to edpuzzle: What is Blended Learning?

Tech TipYou will be asked a few questions throughout the video to check your knowledge and highlight important elements of blended learning. You must answer each question in order to continue to the next segment and finish the video. If you would like to repeat a segment of the video for a better understanding of the material, simply click “re-watch” and it will repeat that segment before presenting you with the question again. 

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Go to 1.3: How can blended learning enhance K-12 education?


Clayton Christensen Institute. (2014, December 22). What is blended learning? [Video file]. Retrieved March 9, 2021, from