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Understanding by design, Moodle, and blended learning: a secondary school case study

Posted on 19 May 2015 with 0 comments
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Secondary schools need to start the process of integrating the skills necessary to succeed in a knowledge society. Skills that enable students to succeed globally promote critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and the ability to connect one learning situation to another. The use of the understanding by design, Moodle, and blended learning models has provided opportunities for students to develop the skills in knowledge intensity that they will need to compete globally.


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