18 Tips for Making Blended Learning More Student-Centered

This article shares 18 tips from leading schools and providers who have added student-centered strategies, such as boosting student agency and collaboration, to their blended learning plans. The article has links to additional resources and websites throughout. Some tips include:

  • Genius Hour
  • Developing a values-based culture
  • Work -based learning projects
  • Adaptive Learning

This article offers tangible ways to help educators and school leaders add value to their lessons that use education technology. It is also a good read for those who are thinking about developing blended learning plans to ensure optimal student-centered experiences.

To explore further, teachers might read this blog post which outlines the experiences of a social studies teacher using a flipped learning approach to leave more class time to invest in project-based learning and other student-centered approaches like genius hour and service learning.

Source Organization: EdWeek

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