Introduction To Blended Learning For Elementary Schools

Blended learning—the method of using multiple media and methods to teach—has been around for decades. Only recently, however, has it come to mean combining face-to-face learning with technology-based learning. Blended learning has evolved significantly in the last 20 years, and with increasing pressure on schools to ensure that all students achieve higher standards of learning with fewer resources, it has never been more important. Online and face-to-face interaction is a powerful combination that makes the most of every moment for both student and instructor. Blended learning can help ensure that every elementary school student receives the education—and specifically the foundational math understanding—to succeed both now and in the future in increasingly competitive domestic and international environments.

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Blended Learning White Paper Outline

  • Meeting the demands of the 21st century
  • Thed blended learning solution
  • Blended learning benefits
  • Blended learning essentials for elementary educators
  • Blended learning models
    • Rotation models
      • Station rotation
      • Lab rotation
      • Flipped classroom
      • Individual rotation
    • Flex Model
    • A La Carte Model (formely known as self-blend model)
    • Enriched Virtual model
  • Blended learning in the elementary math classroom
    • Rotation models support k-5 math education
    • Blended learning empowers everyonein the learning ecosystem

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