Leveraging eDynamic Learning Courses for Blended Learning

Blended learning is one of the most common implementation strategies used by schools across the U.S. But the definition and usage models vary, giving flexibility for schools, teachers, and students to make the most out of learning, no matter where the learning takes place.

 

Blended Learning Venn Diagram

 

In the simplest definition, blended learning is the combination of face-to-face and online learning.  What varies is where and how each aspect is implemented.  Blended learning also supports and places emphasis on some elements of student-centered control in the form of time, pace, path, or place.

Teacher helping students build robot

Blended learning affords teachers more time for project-based learning, performance assessments, and opportunities for students to present and apply skills.

 


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Blended Learning Strategies

Blended Learning Strategies

There are a variety of strategies to implement blended learning into your school program that combines both face-to-face instruction and online learning.  Learn how to get started through our blog.

Blended Learning Models

8 Models of Blended Learning

There are many blended learning models that work well in classrooms and CTE programs.  Learn more about the models that have been proven to be effective in schools today and determine which method is right for your school program. Read our blog.

A Teacher’s Success Story

Blended learning in CTE classrooms works! CTE and Business teacher, Mrs. Megan Evander of Winlock School District in Winlock, WA, shares how she’s achieving success in her district implementing blended learning instructional strategies.

Mrs. Megan Evander
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