I’m often asked by teachers how to get started doing Blended Learning. My answer is always “why do you want to try Blended Learning?” Rather than trying to be cheeky or coy about my practice, I’m trying to begin a conversation about the value of moving learning online. If you haven’t determined why you’re doing it, your attempts will be unfocused and confusing for students. So my suggestion is that you consider your goals – what I refer to as the “verbs” connect, network, collaborate, cooperate, create, etc. – and then create the Blended Learning experiences that fit.Once you know what you’re trying to do, here are the 10 tools I recommend to get started with Blended Learning.