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Blended Learning Approach

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Rhonda Lee

on 11 October 2016

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Transcript of Blended Learning Approach

Blended
Learning
Approach
presented by
Rhonda B. Lee
Blended Learning Framework
This method of learning combines traditional classroom instruction and online education.
Blended Learning Instruction
Teacher-directed rotation-Classroom activities facilitated by an educator.

Technology instruction rotation-Instruction will include on-line materials, pre-recorded lectures, video, digital content and/or online activities.

Skills group-structured independent study/collaborative group work on a project.

Class time-usually divided into 67-90 minute block.
Examples of On-line activities

Castlelearning.com- Digital platform that provides on-line instruction where you easily administer content related questions.


I-Ready- A second digital platform that provides adaptive diagnostic and growth monitoring tools. Standards are based on personalized on-line instruction. (Teacher-led component)

Classroom interaction
Small group rotation
Teacher -Led
Flexible grouping
Social interaction
Small group discussion of literature.

Student led
Live instruction that is personalized
Meaningful digital instruction included in lessons
Differentiated instruction-
skills review

IEP goals

Specific gaps

Google slides

Use of multimedia tools
with literature instruction.
(videos, interviews, or songs
-One-on -one instruction
-More apt to ask questions.

-Diagnostic results
I-Ready Test results
-IEP goals
-Subject interests
Resources


Benjamin,Amy. Differentiated
instruction using technology: a guide for middle and High School Teachers. Watson, John. Promising Practices in On-line Learning, 2008


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