Teachers Visual Guide to Blended Learning

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March 14, 2014
Blended learning , like BYOD and Flipped learning, is an educational concept that has gained much prominence with the massive uptake of web 2.0 technologies. According to  Weblearning " A blended learning approach combines face to face classroom methods with computer-mediated activities to form an integrated instructional approach. In the past, digital materials have served in a supplementary role, helping to support face to face instruction.For example, a blended approach to a traditional, face to face course might mean that the class meets once per week instead of the usual three-session format. Learning activities that otherwise would have taken place during classroom time can be moved online." Check out this resource to learn more about blended learning.

Today I want to share with you this fabulous graphic that outlines the key elements of success for a blended learning environment. Here is a quick round-up of these elements, check our more details in the visual below. Start reading it from the bottom.
  • superintendent leadership
  • board support
  • teacher support
  • union support
  • principal support
  • leadership schools and programs
  • staff development opportunities
  • community engagement and support
  • program management capacity
  • budget capacity
Click here to download the graphic. Courtesy of Gettingsmart.