In these articles, Daniel Barber takes a closer look at Blended Learning and what it means and offers tips and ideas for using this approach in your classroom.
Inside Blended Learning
In the third article in this series, Daniel Barber takes a closer look at Blended Learning and what it means.
First steps into ... tips and lesson ideas: Using digital to support students who are learning at different paces
Students learn at different paces. Daniel Barber introduces the benefits of using digital to support mixed-level classes and suggests some practical tips.
First steps into ... tips and lesson ideas: Encouraging independent practice for 21st century learning
What are the advantages of independent practice? And how can teachers encourage more of it? Daniel Barber provides some steps for implementation.
When – and why – should you introduce digital into your classroom? Daniel Barber suggests some key things to consider.
Why is it so important to support learner commitment outside the classroom? How should you do it? Daniel Barber suggests some key things to consider.
There are a plethora of digital tools available to help you manage your classes and the tasks you have to do outside of the classroom. Where do you begin? Daniel Barber provides some tips on making digital work for you.
How can you encourage students to collaborate both in and outside the classroom? Daniel Barber and Brian Bennett suggest building online communities for project work.
How do you know which emerging technologies to choose for your classes? Daniel Barber and Brian Bennett suggest a framework for assessing what’s right … and what’s just hype.