How one district uses blended learning to teach Chinese

04/28/2013 | District Administration magazine

An Ohio school district is using a blended-learning approach to bring Chinese-language learning to more students amid a tightening budget. One teacher leads three classes on different campuses at the same time by using video conferencing and online exercises. "They tend to be more on task and respectful -- they don't see me every day, but every time I see them they are eager to work with me," language teacher Dun Zhang said.

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