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Jul 15, 2019

Erin Barns

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Jenny White, Apr 11, 2019
Hi Lisa, Thanks for your question. Here are some options among the schools included in our BLU Directory. All of these schools are using rotation models, which can be adopted independently by teachers. Hope this is a helpful start! EnCompass Academy in Oakland Katharine R. Smith Elementary in San Jose Korematsu Discovery Academy in Oakland Mission Dolores Academy in San Francisco Any of the Drexel Schools such as Saint Elizabeth Seton School in Palo Alto Read more...
Stephen Pham, Expert Advisor, Apr 15, 2019
I would also consider checking out KIPP Excelencia Community Prep (Redwood City) and Aspire ERES Academy (Oakland). Read more...

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Anonymous, Apr 23, 2019
Read the book, Bold School, by Weston Kieschnick.

Mar 19, 2019

Anonymous

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Anonymous, Mar 25, 2019
This is a great question! This blog post may be helpful for thinking about blended teacher PD:https://www.blendedlearning.org/4-tips-for-developing-effective-professional-development-for-blended-learning/ Read more...

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Jenny White, Jan 9, 2019
Thanks for your question! In our blended-learning research, we've found that using mobile technology, especially where other technology is not available, can be an effective option to boost student learning. Here's one example of an educator who uses a mobile app for his math class as part of a Flipped Classroom model. Read more...

Nov 15, 2018

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Sarojani Mohammed, Nov 30, 2018
Hi there, this is a complicated question, but it depends a lot on what your definition of "successful" is. In fact, that's a good place to start. What are you trying to accomplish with the program, and how can you measure progress toward that goal? You might find this resource from The Learning Accelerator helpful in answering this question:https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/strategies/guide-district-guide-to-blended-learning-measurement Read more...
Sarojani Mohammed, Nov 30, 2018
There are also many answers to a similar question here:https://www.blendedlearning.org/directory/forum/question/11 Read more...

Oct 26, 2018

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Samantha Brumley, Nov 7, 2018
Hi there, I actually spotted this Tweet making some rounds on Twitter last week from Saluda Trail Middle School in SC, and it had to do with using BL concepts in physical education classes. Looks like this teacher incorporated station rotations and had plans to build personalized PE fitness paths:https://twitter.com/STMSWildcats/status/1057798525906489344 Read more...

Oct 19, 2018

Dan Aviv

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Samantha Brumley, Oct 17, 2018
Hi Stephanie,Have you checked out the Learning Commons? It's a free resources that allows you to browse content and look at public playlists created by educators, ed leaders, organizations, and other users. If you scroll down the page a short way, you can see some featured back-to-school playlists, and you can always use the search bar at the top of the page to find specific content and playlists. Read more...

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