eLearning Census Infographic: How Districts Blend Their Learning

During the 2012 California eLearning Census, we were not surprised to find that the predominant blended learning model was the Self Blend (now renamed A la Carte). After all, eLearning was just reaching the tipping point and a significant number of eLearners were disruptors, those students whose needs weren’t being met by traditional schools.

In 2013, though, we’re finding that districts and direct-funded charters are becoming more comfortable with online and blended learning. Numbers of involved students have grown within each district and 34% were utilizing more than one blended model. When we disaggregated the data, we found significant differences between how elementary (k-8) and unified (K-12 and 9-12) districts were blending. Some of this data is listed below. The complete California eLearning Census Report may be found here.

We encourage you to join us at the 2013 eLearning Strategies Symposium that will be held December 6th and 7th at the Hilton Costa Mesa. Governor Bob Wise and Dr. Eric Mazur will keynote on Friday, December 6th. Early-bird registration is just $159 and groups of two or more may register for $149.

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