Thrive (Not Just Survive) in Hybrid Learning

In a hybrid-learning model, students attend some days of class face-to-face and others remotely. This model is used by schools to help reduce class sizes, provide scheduling flexibility, and give students an opportunity to take more responsibility for their learning. To help with social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, many school districts have also turned to the hybrid model as a way to improve school safety. With age-appropriate modifications and scaffolds, the hybrid approach can be an effective model for all grade levels.

The articles in this collection will help you efficiently and effectively plan for hybrid learning. Instead of creating multiple lessons every day, you will find best practices for designing flexible lessons and units that will meet the needs of your learners in multiple delivery modes at once.

Start With the Big Picture When Planning for Hybrid Learning

Plan for hybrid learning to maximize your time and build connections with students.

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Design Flexible Lessons for Hybrid Learning

Explore five flexible lesson design models to enhance hybrid learning.

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Prepare to Pivot: Teaching During a Pandemic

Review five tips for preparing your classroom and your students for a sudden pivot to a different learning model.

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