KIPP Academy shows how ‘Blended Learning’ with computers works in classrooms

Blended Learning is a combination of traditional classroom activities and computer-based digital learning. A lot of people think this is only suitable for older students, but check out how this innovative charter school in Los Angeles makes blended learning work, and work efficiently, for younger students.

The beauty of this video is that the innovative ideas it discusses should also be useful for traditional public schools.

I am really impressed that the clever teachers at KIPP figured out a way for early elementary school students to navigate the web and deal with passwords. Check it out!

If we had charter schools in Kentucky, it would enhance our kids’ ability to benefit from the sort of innovations being developed in KIPP and other high performing charter schools in other states.