Blended learning is a formal education program that involves combining Internet and digital media with traditional classroom methods that require the physical presence of both a teacher and students, with some element of student control over time, place, path, or pace.
Our top three reasons:
- To meet students where they are
- Textbooks alone will not meet both teachers and students needs
- Allows students ownership of their learning
In the world of education, many people have heard the term “blended learning.” If you Google the term, you will find millions of results. Within those results most agree that blended learning is a hybrid educational model where students are learning through traditional classrooms along with an online component. There are many recommendations for how to implement this type of program along with many different models. As an instructional coach, it’s difficult to paint a clear picture of a blended learning classroom due to the many interpretations of the term.