Join us as our guests share the preliminary results of their research for implementing blended learning strategies as a way to facilitate trauma-informed instruction.
Successful blended learning means using the best of online learning and best of offline learning strategies. This includes allowing students experiences in both modalities while regularly giving them control over the pace, place, path, or time of their learning. When the best strategies of each approach are integrated in a meaningful and intentional way, learning can be accelerated.
Review and discuss the resources in this collection to learn more about blended learning and explore ways to integrate these strategies into your classroom or school. The articles and podcast episodes will provide foundational information about blended learning in general, the various models of blended learning, and ideas for how to integrate those strategies into nearly any instructional model you use.
Use these guiding questions to support your learning team through collaborative conversations. By reviewing what you’ve read and heard, and then discussing your insights and ideas related to those resources, you can amplify your learning and collaboratively apply your takeaways as a team. This united approach can provide you with the feedback and support necessary to make meaningful and challenging changes in practice.
Accelerate Learning Through One-on-One and Small-Group Meetings
Explore four ways for finding time to meet with students.
#23 – Guide, Inspire, and Empower Students Through Blended Learning
Explore how three blended-learning models may help you provide structure to your classroom and inspire your students to succeed in a virtual or hybrid learning environment.
#22 – Empower Students by Allowing Them Control of Pace, Place, Path, and Time in Blended Learning
Explore the four key elements of blended learning and how to apply them to your current teaching context to engage and motivate students.
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.
Incorporate Playlists Into Blended Learning
Learn how to implement the playlist model of blended learning 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.
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.
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.
Get Started With Blended Learning
Understand the core elements and most common models of blended learning.
Extend Your Learning
- 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
- Create an Engaged Learner Journey With the Hybrid Model: Explore how to make hybrid learning manageable through the use of six different methods that place student ownership learning at the center of the practice.
- Develop Your Students’ Digital Organizational Skills: Study Spaces, Routines, and Time Management:Discover strategies and digital tools that students can use to develop their digital organizational skills.
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