The Blended Learning Models that Can Help Schools Reopen

This article explores two approaches to blended learning that could be used in schools, providing a mix of in-person and remote learning. In particular, the article discusses flipped learning in which students watch videos of content at home and use class time for more involved work. This enriched virtual model has students completing most of their coursework online but attending in-person tutoring sessions with teachers once or twice a week.

District leaders may gain some ideas for creative ways to deliver instruction in the coming year.

Source Organization: eSchoolNews

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