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Thomas Arnett, Mar 10, 2017
You might find what your looking for at one of these sites:https://betterlesson.com/blended_learninghttps://www.canvas.net/browse/relay/ Read more...
Elise Hill, Mar 12, 2017
Hi Tracey,Are you looking for an online product or strategies on supporting teachers?If you're looking for products, I'd recommend looking into LMSs. Google Classroom is also a great, free product if your school uses Google Apps for Education. In terms of strategies for guiding teachers, I find it most helpful to model this (or other strategies) with teachers in PD. Let me know if I can help in any other way! Read more...
Stepan Mekhitarian, Ed.D., Expert Advisor, Mar 27, 2017
Some of our teachers use Google Classroom as the district has supplied accounts for all of our students. A small percentage of our schools piloted Schoology this year and we'll be adopting the LMS districtwide next year. It will integrate with our grading platform and parents will have access to check student progress online. Teachers can use lessons made using Google Apps but will need to hyperlink them from the Schoology class page. A support team is working hard to train schools on its use to make the transition as smooth as possible. It will be exciting to see how schools use the resource-sharing functionality of the LMS to share expertise and effective tools. Read more...

Nov 21, 2017

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Michael Weinraub, Expert Advisor, Nov 22, 2017
Hey Godfrey, I think others will have better direct responses to your very practical question but Horn and Staker's Blended is certainly a good foundational resource to have close by.https://www.amazon.com/Blended-Disruptive-Innovation-Improve-Schools/dp/1118955153But if you are going down the blended learning rabbit hole, I would take Neil Selwyn's Distrusting Educational Technology with you. As a technologist, he is certainly not anti-edtech, but he helps us to embrace edtech with critical eyes open. Highly recommended.https://www.amazon.com/Distrusting-Educational-Technology-Critical-Questions/dp/0415708001 Read more...
Kira Keane, Nov 22, 2017
Hi - We pulled together a collection of really specific blended and personalized learning strategies on our website, along with in-depth profiles of schools across the country that are blending. All of the content is free for you to use and share. Hope you find it helpful! - Kira Read more...

Mar 17, 2018

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Troy Faulkner, Expert Advisor, Mar 22, 2018
I would say the flipped mastery or the peer instruction flipped learning model.
DANIEL OWENS, Mar 23, 2018
I'm not sure I would say there is one "best" blended learning model for physical science as a lot of it depends on context and student needs. Cisco Junior High School does a combination of station rotations and individual rotations that seems to be working really well for their students. I've listed a few links to some of their practices below:- 1:1 Data Conferences:https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/strategies/11-data-conferences- Student Feedback with Emoji Folders: https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/strategies/collecting-quick-feedback-with-emoji-folders- Cisco School Model:https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/see/cisco-junior-high-school Read more...

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