The blended learning revolution

by Don Lajoie, Windsor Star

Call it the “evolution” that may, nonetheless, revolutionize Ontario’s education system. Matt Bauer’s mixed Grade 10 and 11 business class at F.J. Brennan Catholic high school sits at computers that rim the room, each student facing a screen and the wall behind it, instead of a blackboard at the front of the class, while their teacher visits each one to talk about the digital lessons assigned that day. “I highly recommend this to any teacher,” said Bauer, shortly after class was dismissed and the students filed out — none toting course binders, notebooks or texts. “Not just for business classes but right across the curriculum, kindergarten to Grade 12.”

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