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Rebekah Kim, Expert Advisor, Mar 13, 2017
We use the blended learning block to personalize learning pathways for students by planning instructional groups based on students' strengths and areas of need. The rotations involve teacher-led core instruction, adaptive technology programs, small group instruction led by our ELL bilingual tutors and instructional classroom assistants. This allows core instruction, intervention and enrichment to take place. The data collected from these varying practices is used when looking at student growth and areas of need as we analyze standards-based assessment both formative and summative. Read more...

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Sally Schultz, Jul 18, 2017
I don't have a specific app that I use, however we do have a google doc in my classroom where students can sign up to be "teacher leaders". As students individually master certain topics or concepts if they are interested they sign up and advertise what material they are proficient in then when students are needing help they can go on and see who their go-to peers are. I would definitely be interested in an app that allowed this to occur as well. Read more...

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Stella Maris Berdaxagar, Mar 26, 2018
It largely depends on the number of students, their prior knowledge, personal and shared resources and learning goals. Our school has a BYOD program.I flip my classes via Edmodo and connected apps and sometimes Google Classroom and Microsoft Apps. I usually create hyperDocs , LiveBinders or Onenote Notebooks or Symbaloo lesson plans or Versal courses with options to support integrated skills in individual and collaborative tasks based on student's voice and choice with timely and deferred feedforward , and permanent assessment. Read more...

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