The 21st Century Learning Collaborative Initiative was a project designed to understand the role of blended learning in conjunction with the development of a community of practice to support the goals of Catholic elementary and secondary schools in providing engaging teaching and learning. This initiative was part of a foundation grant provided to a large Midwestern urban university in collaboration with area Catholic schools. One purpose of this two-year grant was to continue the university and its College of Education’s commitment to Catholic schools by encouraging and supporting a pedagogical shift through the use of blended learning to engage and influence students while also meeting their various academic needs. Another purpose was to provide instruction with these K-12 teachers to enhance technology use in their classrooms.
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Rieckhoff, B. S., Owens, R. F., & Kraber, B. (2018). Teaching in the 21st Century: Perspectives from a Catholic University Partnership. Journal of Catholic Education, 21 (2). http://dx.doi.org/10.15365/joce.2102082018