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Blended Learning

Looking for the right mix of face-to-face instruction with technology-mediated activities? Find tips and resources for structuring learning across a range of blended-learning models. 

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    As Google Expeditions and Tour Creator wind down, teachers can look to other resources for dramatic, immersive content that engages students.
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    Some of the tools and skills that teachers used and developed last year are invaluable in the in-person classroom.
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  • Digital Science Notebooks Showcase Student Learning

    Interactive notebooks that hold bell work, lab data, and class notes serve as a portfolio of learning—for the benefit of both students and their teacher.
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  • Different Ways of Looking at How to Use Edtech

    Frameworks for integrating educational technology help teachers plan for how best to use digital tools in the classroom.
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  • Tried-and-True Resources to Teach Teens About Empathy

    With powerful online tools, teachers can build their students’ historical literacy and cultivate empathy.
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  • Digital Tools to Support Choice Reading

    Choice reading supports lifelong learning, but teachers often need help making the universe of books accessible to students.
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    Effective Instructional Models for a Hybrid Schedule

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    Replacing your lectures with self-made videos can boost students’ engagement and free you up to work with them directly.
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    When some students are in class and others are attending live online, teachers have unique challenges and opportunities.
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    How to Make Station Rotation Work During Hybrid Learning

    Implementing this method makes dividing a teacher’s time between students in class and those working at home much easier.
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    When pursuing badges from educational technology giants, teachers can focus on how their expertise will support the entire school.
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  • How to Select Effective Digital Math Tools

    It’s worth investing time in testing online tools—and evaluating how much they will enhance instruction—before committing to them.
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