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Hi All!


We are running a high school program where we are using online curriculum with a certified teacher and calling it a “blended” program.  The teacher can work with students independently or as a small/large group as needed.  As with online learning people keep asking what characteristics make a successful student?


I have a list we have so far, but does anyone use a criteria when determine what students can participate in a hybrid or blended program – either in the traditional use of the term blended or in our use of the term?


Any help is greatly appreciated!  Thank-you.


PS I am happy to share our list so far…


Donna M. Farren

Distance Learning Specialist

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES

3625 Buffalo Road

Rochester NY 14624




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I'm looking forward to meeting those of you attending the Denver conference. Our constituent group meets on Wednesday at 11:40 - 12:30 in room 401. I'm going to try a little different format this year: I'm going to ask the participants to identify your top questions, concerns or challenges. We will then have brain-storming sessions and discussions on these topics sharing ideas,  tips, suggestions and solutions that we can do individually or as a group (with Educause's support)


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