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Blended Learning Bookfinal

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Praise for
Reflections on Blended Learning 
e contributors to
Reflections on Blended Learning: Rethinking theClassroom
provide readers with a host of practical insights into the whysand hows of developing blended learning environments.
eir stories andexperiences are a ‘must read’ for faculty and instructional designers alike.Michael Starenko and his colleagues have provided a great service to all whosupport pedagogically sound uses of technology in teaching and learning.—Anthony G. Picciano, City University of New York Graduate Center“What an amazing resource! To document, collect and share the lessonslearned from blended learning pioneers is powerful from the historicalperspective, and an invaluable wealth of information and source of bestpractices from the practitioner’s perspective.
Reflections on Blended Learning:Rethinking the Classroom
is primer of case studies for blended learningfaculty, instructional designers and those of us interested in e
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ective facultydevelopment.”—Alexandra Pickett, SUNY Learning Network
is is the first book that provides on-the-ground examples of e
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ectiveblended learning practices for instructors.
e case reports document thetransformation of face-to-face classrooms into cooperative environmentsthat respond to the needs of contemporary students and the strategicinitiatives of colleges and universities.
is is a much-needed addition to theliterature on blended learning.—Charles D. Dziuban, University of Central Florida
is is a much needed and timely book addressing one of the crucialtransitions occurring in higher education today.
Reflections on Blended Learning 
highlights and details how recent technologies and pedagogies,in the hands of motivated faculty, are transforming teaching and learning.Anyone who has considered developing a blended course or program willbenefit from reading this excellent and highly useful account from successfulpractitioners.”—Peter Shea, SUNY Albany
 
Reflections onBlended Learning:
Rethinking the Classroom

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