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Blended Learning  |  Curriculum Strategy & Adoption

Choosing the Device that Best Suits Your Blended Learning Program Part 2: The Main Contenders

  I recently went over the DOs and DON’Ts of choosing hardware to suit your blended learning needs. A lot of you may be saying, "Thanks for the advice, but what can you tell me about the actual devices?" Well, that’s what this week’s post is all about!

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Blended Learning  |  Curriculum Strategy & Adoption

Choosing a Device for Your Blended Learning Program: How to Make Your Decision

Back when I was a student and using computers at school, there were only two serious choices: the original Macintosh or the Commodore 64. Nowadays things are a lot more complicated. Blended learning leaders have a seemingly endless list of devices to choose from and getting the decision right can save nearly as many headaches later on. Based on my experience supporting schools that work with Education Elements and grapple with these decisions, this blog should give you few hints on how you should go about making this choice.

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