College and Career Readiness through Blended Learning

Monthly Archives: January 2018

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JFYNet Partner Schools

Sometimes We Need to Be Reminded…
… that our schools are full of great kids, hard-working and creative teachers, overworked and underappreciated administrators, and effective programs.

Read more about some of these outstanding people, schools and communities in our series: Spotlighting JFYNetWorks Partner Schools… January 2018 edition.

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Dreams, Machines and Information: Re-wiring the Brain

by Greg Cunningham, Blended Learning Specialist

I am not one who remembers the dreams of night. Awake, they dissolve into shreds of haze that fade in the morning twilight. Once in a great while one will stick with me, either for its resemblance to a scene from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or for its outright and absolute absurdity which demands to be shared with friends.

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Solving the state’s math problem: do the math

by Cathie Maglio, Blended Learning Specialist

Math has been in the news lately. The Globe ran a story on college remediation December 28 (“State colleges trying to solve math problem”) that said only 60% of community college students who have to take remedial math (also called “review” and “developmental”) complete the courses and only one-third of those completers go on to finish a regular degree-credit math course. The article did not say how many of these students ever graduate. Nor did it say that the remedial math population amounts to 47% of recent high school graduates enrolling in community college—more than 4000 students every year.

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Be Amazing in 2018, Blended Curriculum: Building Skills & Confidence

Blended Learning – AIMS

Blended Learning is the fusion of online and teacher-led instruction. It selects and organizes content from the vast resources of the internet and places customized instructional units in the skilled hands of the classroom teacher and at the fingertips of the student. Blended Learning is the pedagogical tool that makes student-centered instruction possible. Our data-driven, outcomes-based methodology includes ongoing training and support for teachers. We call it AIMS – Assess, Instruct, Measure and Support. Learn more here.