Blended Learning Sports Variety of Approaches
As schools mix online instruction and face-to-face learning, educators are identifying promising hybrid approaches
As blended learning models, which mix face-to-face and online instruction, become more common in schools, classroom educators and administrators alike are navigating the changing role of teachers—and how schools can best support them in that new role.
"This is a whole new world for education," says Royce Conner, the acting head of school for the 178-student San Francisco Flex Academy , a public charter school.
In the grades 9-12 school, students spend about half the day working on "the floor"—a large open room of study carrels where students hunker down with their laptops to work with online curricula provided by K12 Inc.—and the other half of the day in pullout groups with teachers. Which students are in pullout groups, when the groups meet, and how often they meet depend on the progress each student is making in his or her...
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