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Hardware, software and space: intro and big ideas

Created by Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute.

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This week, we're going to start to get into the nitty-gritty of how you actually chose software, pick your hardware and infrastructure, and then design your space for blended learning. And you'll notice we put this topic of technology towards the end of our course because we think that's the way the process should work. You begin with the educational outcomes you have in mind, and then you figure out the technology that facilitates it, rather then the other way around. That's exactly right. But let's not think that these decisions are unimportant. They're critical to getting your blended learning model ultimately correct. So this week, we're going to dive into three topics. First, choosing the software. Second, we'll think about the hardware and infrastructure. And finally, we'll conclude with actually looking at your space to facilitate high-quality blended learning.