Blended Learning & Universal Design for Learning
Teachers provide evidence of planning through multiple means of representation, engagement, action, and expression and integrate blended learning strategies to personalize learning.
Technology Integration & Blended Learning
- Teacher incorporates varied instructional materials including the integration of technology to increase student involvement.
- Teacher provides flexible methods and materials to differentiate instruction and leverage technology by using multiple media such as text, physical manipulatives, video, audio, text to speech and assistive technologies.
Blended Learning Models
Station Rotation - allows students to rotate through stations on a fixed schedule, where at least one of the stations is an online learning station
Lab Rotation - allows students to rotate through stations on a fixed schedule with online learning occuring in a computer lab
Flex Rotation - lets students move on fluid schedules among learning activities according to their needs
Flipped Classroom - students learn at home via online coursework and lectures, and teachers use class time for teacher-guided practice or projects
Digital Information/Literacy Resources Digital Creation Tools
World Book Online (INFOhio)
Google Apps (Docs, Slides, Sheets, Forms, Sites, Drawings)
Universal Design for Learning
- Teacher provides mastery-oriented feedback that emphasizes effort and improvement, and encourages perseverance and the use of specific supports and strategies for achieving the standard rather than on relative performance only.
- Teachers will offer student choices in how they demonstrate knowledge and monitor student progress in multiple methods such as assessment checklists, rubrics, annotated student work, exit tickets, and using questions to guide student self-monitoring and reflection.
Differentation Tools and Resources Student Choice/Monitoring Progress