Blended Learning Strategies and Resources

Blended Learning Strategies and Resources
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Blended learning combines traditional in-person instruction with online learning, providing teachers with the ability to personalize learning and meet the many needs of their students. It’s the closest thing that teachers have to clone themselves in the classroom.

With blended learning, teachers use technology to differentiate instruction, provide real-time feedback, and offer students access to a wider range of resources.

Station Rotation and Blended Learning Teacher Tips
The multi-modal aspect of Blended Learning offers unique opportunities to engage learners where they are while giving teachers the time and space to help students right when they need it.

Blended learning saves teachers time by reducing the need for traditional lectures and allowing for self-paced learning activities. It’s important to note that lecturing is still a part of a blended learning classroom, however, the instruction can be given to smaller groups of students and on-demand as needed.

By leveraging the strengths of both in-person and online instruction, blended learning can increase student engagement, motivation, and achievement. It’s not magical, but it definitely has its place in a teacher’s tool kit.

Blended learning can also increase teacher efficiency by providing a platform for more effective collaboration and communication with students and colleagues. The digital aspects of blended learning lessons are easily shared and modified.

These blended learning strategies will help get you started.

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