Tag Archives: Disrupting Class

Christensen Institute’s new report asks the key question in blended learning

The Clayton Christensen Institute’s new report—Is K-12 Blended Learning Disruptive? —touches on the issue that we believe is the most important topic in online and blended learning today: whether blended learning, as conceived and implemented in many schools, will be transformative. The Christensen Institute (formerly the Innosight Institute), as it so often does, provides a valuable […]

Part 2: We must define and measure online learning

Part 1 of Andy Frost’s post on whether online learning is disrupting education can be found here Definition and measurement are critical (and they’re HARD) As a first-time sponsor of the Keeping Pace report, I was surprised by how much of our time we spent defining things. What’s blended learning? What’s online learning? What qualifies as a […]

A response to whether online learning is disrupting education

We are pleased to welcome our first guest blogger, Andy Frost from PLATO Learning. Is online learning disrupting education? Maybe, but that depends on how you define and measure online learning. And we won’t know for sure for another eight years. Amy Murin recently asked the question on this blog “Is online learning disrupting education?”  […]

Is online learning disrupting education?

Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns by Clayton Christensen, Curtis W. Johnson, and Michael B. Horn lit off a firestorm in the education community upon its release in 2008. The premise – that online learning is a disruptive force with the potential to transform education – had everyone from […]

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