Blended Learning Initiative
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The Shift to Blended Learning - Great Digital Instruction
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AlignmentAligns units of instruction with the school’s curriculum, below and above grade-level standards. 8
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Advancement
Allow advancement at a personalized pace,
students can independently advance or repeat lessons until a topic is mastered.
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Assessment
Include frequent assessment of mastery and study reports of individual
& group learning trends to help plan instruction.
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Advice
Recommends next instructional steps for each student and groups of students,
including in-person and digital follow-up.
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AccessiblityAccessible to all students, who need software, hardware, and Internet connections.5
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ApplicationIncludes analytical, creative, and conceptual thinking units/modules to apply knowledge and skills.3
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Accountability
Monitors digital instruction effectiveness with different students
& makes changes or prompts when changes are needed.
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Playlists/Pathways
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GuidingGuiding students’ selection of appropriate content and delivery tailored to strengths and needs.5
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MotivatingDeveloping students’ self-motivation to work toward ambitious goals. 5
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Addressing
Barriers
Effectively addressing learning barriers-
such as time-management skills, emotional disruptions,
& social pressures that affect learning even among advantaged children
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Project Based
Learning
Building students’ higher-order skills—such as analytical, conceptual, and creative
thinking, especially as applied to solving real-world problems.12
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Walkthrough
A guideline/rubric will be created for teachers to focus on a student centered learning environment,
progress monitoring, technology integration, and student ownership and projects. Average Score
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Practice/Collaboration
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Professional
Development
Attend at least two professional developments on blended learning for planning instruction,content
development and design per marking period (each PD worth 5)
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Professional
Collaboration
Meeting
Teachers will collaborate every two weeks sharing their Blended learning experiences, the status
of their environment and gathering feedback. Discussions may include Data Management, the ability
to analyze and interpret student data how student data will be assessed to develop instructional groups.
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PracticeThe teacher will practice Content Development designing small group lessons aligned to desired targets.
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Routine
The teacher will develop routines for efficiently guiding students through digital and non-digital work time.
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