The term 'Blended Learning' literally means the blending of offline and online learning resources within a lesson plan or curriculum. But, did you know that there are four different types of Blended Learning models?
Blended Learning is not one-size-fits-all-students
Blended Learning models go far beyond just having kids sit at a computer for part of the day and at their desk for the rest. In fact, the variety of the different blended learning models makes them adaptable to a school's technology resources and its student learn needs.
Want to know what Blended Learning model is the best fit for your classroom and school? Be sure to check out our new Blended Learning eBooklet, "Finding the Blended Learning model that's Right for Your School".
The booklet includes:
- descriptions of the various types of Blended Learning models
- the Rotation model (and its four subsets)
- the Flex model
- the A La Carte model
- the Enriched Virtual model
- tips for schools seeking to institute a Blended Learning model
- diagrams of how the Blended Learning models function within a classroom construct