Future of School: Hybrid Learning Models are Here to Stay

Zoom CIO Advisor Ted Brodheim, ClassIn COO Yan (Sara) Gu, Class Technologies SVP for Domestic Markets Jason Bedford, Coursemojo Co-founder & Co-CEO Eric Westendorf, Carnegie Learning CEO Barry Malkin, and Agora Director of Sales Agora Wyatt Oren discuss the Future of School at the 2023 ASU+GSV Summit.

As the world navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic, K-12 education witnessed a significant shift towards hybrid learning models. This approach combines face-to-face instruction with digital resources and tools, providing students with a more personalized learning experience. Hybrid learning can also offer greater flexibility and accessibility, allowing students to learn at their own pace and in their own environment. Furthermore, this model has the potential to improve teacher-student interaction, enhance critical thinking skills, and increase engagement and motivation. As we explore the potential of hybrid learning, we may see a new era of K-12 education that prioritizes student-centered learning, adaptive technology, and innovative approaches to teaching and learning.