Archive for March, 2018

    New shared online space opens for educator PD

    March 13, 2018 | by Katrina Bushko

    One of the most important pieces to transforming instruction is equipping educators with high-quality professional development resources. Oftentimes, however, it’s difficult to find free, comprehensive tools online that guide both teachers and administrators. The information is out there, but it’s often siloed and difficult to find via searches thanks to varied terms and definitions within […]

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    5 Steps to a Successful Blended School Visit

    March 8, 2018 | by Katrina Bushko

    Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a blended newbie, it’s always helpful to learn from your peers about how they implement their blended-learning programs. One of the best ways to understand how teachers are changing their instruction is to observe a classroom in person. But sometimes it’s daunting to visit a school – what are […]

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    Participate in emerging research on blended teaching competencies

    March 7, 2018 | by contributor

    The Blended Learning Universe is partnering with researchers at Brigham Young University to better understand the current status of existing blended teaching competencies. The researchers, Emily Pulham and Dr. Charles Graham, aim to better gauge the level of blended teaching knowledge, understanding, and skill. The link below is a 35-45-minute assessment of selected blended teacher […]

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    How to customize learning with Individual Rotation

    March 6, 2018 | by Jenny White

    As schools and classrooms become more interested, and invested, in blended learning, it’s a good idea to have a deeper understanding of the unique models that have the potential to support teachers in meeting the needs of a diverse group of learners.   Our first post on a blended-learning model focused on Flex. In this […]

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