Teaching via a mix of educational technology and in-person instruction -- a blended learning model -- can help you enhance engagement and progress within the classroom. However, instituting “blended learning” simply for the sake of adding technology to the classroom does your students (and you) a disservice.
Just like any other lesson construct, clear and concise learning goals are an important key to progress and achievement, especially when new elements (such as educational technology) are brought into the classroom.
With these set goals in mind, lesson planning remains vitally important in the blended learning setting. But, what does a Blended Learning Lesson Plan look like?
Read below the break to learn about important elements of a blended learning lesson plan and to view a sample math lesson plan.