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Clayton Christensen Institute
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A nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation.

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In this blog post, Heather Staker shares how one teacher relinquished control to her students by implementing a Flex model of blended learning. http://ow.ly/iXtR30b4kgQ

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The seamless and secure flow of student data between software applications is critical for realizing the true potential of blended learning. But currently, teachers are unable to easily use data from learning software to make better instructional decisions. How can we change this? Thomas Arnett discusses three pathways towards data interoperability. http://ow.ly/72mZ30aXViO

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Alana Dunagan's new blog lays a framework for understanding how innovation intersects with business models—and three strategies that leaders can use to #transformcollege http://ow.ly/lrps30aP6Md

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In this blog post, Heather Staker shares how two teachers used books, co-assessments, and celebrations to teach early grade mindsets. http://ow.ly/V36A30aM0BW

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Wellness programs tend to disproportionately benefit those who are already in good health. How can wellness programs cater their offerings to those less fortunate and truly lower costs? Jobs Theory and Abraham Maslow may hold the key. https://www.christenseninstitute.org/blog/wellness-programs-maslow/

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Participate on the BLU's Personalized Learning Forum to learn and share about blended PD, edtech needs, teacher roles, problems of practice and much more | blendedlearning.org/directory/forum
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President Trump recently signed a bill to scrap the Obama administration’s new regulations for teacher preparation. Will deregulation lead to innovation or stagnation in teacher quality? Thomas Arnett discusses the potential impact of deregulating and what states can do to take control of the quality of their teachers. http://ow.ly/jNjm30ayZWo

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Michael Horn interviews Bryant University President Ron Machtley and Kipp Ellis about designing and building the award-winning 48,000-foot Academic Innovation Center—$1 million under budget. http://ow.ly/1gPf30aasPj

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Alana Dunagan and Julia Freeland Fisher explain why online learning hasn't yet proven to be the disruptive force many predicted in higher education. http://ow.ly/2JEY30anqPg

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Teachers feel an increasing need to take on more responsibilities and expand the role they play in school, leading to increased teacher burnout. Thomas Arnett's latest blog looks at how School of One leveraged technology to recreate the teacher role into a more manageable and impactful one. http://ow.ly/cNm430alRxF
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