The book “Ensino Híbrido: Personalização e Tecnologia na Educação” (Hybrid Teaching: Personalization and Technology in Education) is a result of the studies promoted by the Group of Experiments in Hybrid Education developed by the Peninsula Institute and by the Lemann Foundation.
In it the authors, Lilian Bacich, Adolfo Tanzi Neto and Fernando De Mello Trevisani, explore positive experiences drawn from online and offline teaching integration. They found out that is not only possible to bring the technologies into the classroom, but that this is actually something necessary.
Because digital content is so present in young people routine, if the school does not adapt to the mechanisms dictated by technologies, it can end missing their attention. But even teachers who actually want to innovate may feel lost, not knowing how to achieve satisfactory results.
The book brings examples to do so based on the group’s experiences both in public and private networks. These are successful cases that expand the potential of education and bring school reality closer to the students daily life.