Teach forward: Best strategies for hybrid, remote, and blended learning

K-12 Educator
School Leader
Office 365

Did your school see radical shifts in technology implementation during the pandemic? Are you wondering how to take the best of the tools and techniques from pandemic learning and create sustainable practices that increase student engagement and instructional personalization? Blended learning isn't a new concept, but it's an instructional innovation that we're now uniquely positioned to adopt in our classrooms across the board in ways we may have previously found impractical. The influx of new technologies and incredible capacity for innovation that has been honed is ripe for transition into a classroom with the intentional flexibility of blended learning. Blended learning combines the best of whole-group instruction, independent learning, small group work, and assessment aided by authentic technology integration. This course walks you through the arc of blended learning models and offers specific technology tool examples to inspire your own plans.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Identify multiple models of blended learning and how they support student learning.
  • Determine which technology tools best match the learning goals for different parts of the blended learning model.
  • Develop a plan for reflection, assessment, and refining your blended learning model.