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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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  • Using Blended Learning to Explore Multifaceted Topics

    Blended learning stations allow teachers to create exciting interdisciplinary lessons that expose students to a variety of learning modalities.
    Greg Akai
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  • Co-teaching With Myself

    Creating his own instructional videos allowed one teacher to be in two places at once in his classroom.
    490
  • Using Blended Learning to Strengthen Math Skills

    This effective method allows students to be flexible, develop critical thinking, and use math creatively outside of direct instruction.
    491
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    4 Tips for Teachers Shifting to Teaching Online

    An educator with experience in distance learning shares what he’s learned: Keep it simple, and build in as much contact as possible.
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  • A 5-Step Guide to Making Your Own Instructional Videos

    Replacing your lectures with self-made videos can boost students’ engagement and free you up to work with them directly.
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  • Powerful, Lesser-Known Tech Tools for Teachers

    Efficiency and engagement are critical components of online learning—these often-overlooked, free tools can boost both.
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  • Effective Instructional Models for a Hybrid Schedule

    It can be a challenge to engage students when they’re at school only a few days a week—station rotations and flipping the classroom can help.
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  • How to Make Effective Videos for Learning

    Instructional videos can help students learn at their own pace and free up time for teachers to support students individually.
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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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  • Lessons From a Summer of Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom

    When some students are in class and others are attending live online, teachers have unique challenges and opportunities.
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  • An Innovative Way to Deal With Plagiarism

    Creating a short blended learning course is a good way to help students learn how to quote and paraphrase sources and use proper citations.
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  • Station Rotation: Differentiating Instruction to Reach All Students

    Rotation stations allow students to learn in a range of modalities, while making differentiation manageable for one teacher.
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  • Making Self-Paced Learning Work for Younger Kids

    This differentiation approach frees teachers up to meet students’ needs. The result? Students only tackle material they’re ready for, and all students achieve mastery.
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  • Incorporating Montessori Practices in Station Rotation

    Preschool and kindergarten teachers in non-Montessori schools can take advantage of Montessori strategies and learning materials.
    991
  • Extending Classroom Management Online

    Nine suggestions to help you provide online learners with class norms and expectations and a sense of community.
    8.4k

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