The school I am teaching at just went one-to-one with laptops. We have been working on implementing blended learning bit by bit. One of the aspects I feel is very important in this blog is to take one class at a time. I think that will make it much easier to work with one class, and once that class is going well then you can start on you second class and so on. Blended learning I do believe is part of the future and many colleges have been using this for years. We need to get our student using the blended learning setting to help them succeed at the next level.
The World Economic Forum ranks the . 48th out of 133 developed and developing nations in math and science instruction. These low ratings have been a cause for concern and were to some degree the impetus for the development of the Common Core State Standards and other new state standards, which focus on math and language arts learning, 21st century skills, and science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM. According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the math skills that students learn at a young age build a foundation for future learning, so there has been a focus on using technology to build those abilities.