Understand the core elements and most common models of blended learning.
Blended learning is grounded upon the idea that both face-to-face and virtual learning offer significant benefits and advantages. With a blended-learning model, the teacher draws on the best practices and advantages of each approach. Blended learning provides individualized data, timely feedback, and flexible pathways. Students are empowered with control over the pace of their learning, and they progress based on mastery rather than a predetermined schedule that may not suit their learning needs. In addition, the integration of technology opens up a world of opportunities and allows students to reach beyond the classroom walls to share their learning with a global audience.
This collection of articles will explore five blended-learning models—whole-group rotation, station rotation, flipped learning, playlists, and hybrid courses—and how they can be adapted for face-to-face, remote, and hybrid teaching.
Learn More About Whole-Group Rotation in Blended Learning
Learn how to implement the blended learning model of whole group rotation in a face-to-face, remote, or hybrid classroom.
Optimize Station Rotation in Blended Learning
Learn how to implement the blended-learning model of station rotation in a face-to-face, remote, or hybrid classroom.
Flip the Learning in Your Classroom
Flip the learning in your classroom to create more interactive and cognitively rich experiences during your face-to-face lesson.
Incorporate Playlists Into Blended Learning
Learn how to implement the playlist model of blended learning in a face-to-face, remote, or hybrid classroom.
Use Videoconferencing Software in Three Ways During Remote and Hybrid Learning
Increase student engagement in your live video classes during remote and hybrid learning by using videoconferencing software in three ways.
Use the Best of Both Worlds: The Hybrid Model of Blended Learning
Use the best of face-to-face classroom instruction as well as online, virtual learning by implementing the hybrid model of blended learning.
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