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How Blended Learning Can Improve Instruction in the Special Education Classroom

The free resource explores the landscape of blended learning in special education.
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PresenceLearning has launched “Getting Smarter About SPED: A Conversation about Blended Learning Decisions and Implications.” Based on a webinar featuring Tom Vander Ark, author of Getting Smart: How Digital Learning is Changing the World and CEO of Getting Smart, Maria Carr, Special Education Coordinator at IEM, and Robin Wise, Blended Regions Special Service Manager at K12, the free resource explores the landscape of blended learning in special education.

To download, visit:http://presencelearning.com/resources/library/getting-smarter-about-blended-learning/.

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