Igniting education through blended learning.
What Is Blended Learning?
The Highlander Institute defines blended learning as:
The strategic integration of teaching, technology, and data to increase personalization, engagement, and mastery of all essential skills for all students.
A movement away from teacher-centered lecturing and testing to a student-centered learning environment in which students of all ages have increased choice over the path, pace, time, and place that their learning happens.
A spirit of learning that creates space for innovation, experimentation, and design thinking for educators and students to incorporate 21st century and real-world skills.
Meet the Fellows
Fuse Fellows hail from all corners of the state and are eager to collaborate, connect and learn with district partners during their two-year fellowship.
Click here for a list of our first Fuse Fellow cohort.
Fuse RI grew from a need to fill the current blended learning scalability void by providing a statewide system for sharing, implementing, and evaluating technology usage and blended learning in schools across Rhode Island.
Fuse RI provides a systematic yet customizable solution for all RI school districts — created by, with, and for RI educators.