Web 2.0 and Blended Learning
I wanted to pass along some resources in regards to Blended Learning and online resources to implement into the classrooms. Most of these resources I have used within the blended learning classroom. The majority the resources are free and online. Therefore if you are using the rotational blended learning model these tools can be easily implemented into the content area.
Blended Learning and Online Resources by Subject Area
The Blended Learning Trends
I ran across this Infographic from DreamBox that talks about the 10 Blended LearningTrends. Here are just a few of my comments about the 10 tends.
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As a Blended Learning Coach, I get asked the question, What does Blended Learning look like in the classroom? My response is a Reese Peanut Butter Cup. (Mainly because I love peanut butter and chocolate)
No but really, the Blended Learning Classroom is like a Reese Peanut Butter Cup, let me explain.
Direct instruction from the teacher is like the Chocolate.
The technology, group projects, and hands on learning stations are core or the Peanut Butter of the Reese Peanut Butter Cup.
A Blended Learning Classroom can not have work with out the Chocolate-AKA the teacher and the Peanut Butter- AKA Technology/Projects. Therefore, when someone asks me "What does a Blended Learning Classroom look like? I always say, a Reese Peanut Butter Cup
Here is an example of a Blended Learning School from Florida
The above video came from this website. This is just an example of Blended Learning in a school setting. I am not working with this school. I just wanted to share out this video.
Marcia Kish is a Blended Learning Coach that is currently helping schools across the country to implement the Three Phases of Blended Learning model.