Blended Learning

Blended Learning Model
  • Inquiry:  questioning to learn and learning to question.  Students learn to generate questions as a means to clarify information, expand knowledge and connect concepts.  Through questioning students will be able to deconstruct complex problems and strategize the means to multi-faceted solutions.
  • Challenge Based Learning (CBL): students focus on challenges of personal, community, national and global significance while developing relevant and actionable solutions.
  • Proven Practices: differentiation, connection to prior knowledge, authentic relevance to real world issues, reading to learn, writing to learn, accountable talk, shared learning – pairs, teams and groups, immediate feedback, formative assessments
  • Experiences: face to face (F2F), hands-on and real world experiences are the things students do, the places they go, the people they meet and the life experiences that connect, support, enhance and internalize student learning.
Supported by:
  • Digital Content: online learning programs, open source content and facilitated links to multimedia interactive sources.
  • Digital Tools: enabling students to research, collaborate, create, demonstrate, share, review and save the pathways and evidence of their learning.
Integrated through:
  • A Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to facilitate the gathering and sharing of data to create individual teaching and learning plans in collaboration with all constituents.