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4 Models of blended learning to implement in the classroom

Neo LMS

We can all agree that the phrase “blended learning” is well and truly a part of the modern-day discourse on education; so much so that academics have begun to curate a universal definition, as well as identify sub-themes and genres of the concept. 4 Models of blended learning.

10 Sites for Blended Learning

Technology Tidbits

What is Blended Learning? It''s a smorgasbord of teaching strategies that uses analog and digital technologies to teach and learn. 4] Schools with blended learning models may also choose to reallocate resources to boost student achievement outcomes. [5]

23 Gsuite Ideas to Excite Your Kids About Learning #iste19 #notatiste19

The CoolCatTeacher

Learn more! See Eric’s blog post on emojis in Google docs to learn how to do this. link] A lot of times we think of Google slides as the presentation tool, which of course it is, and there’s nothing wrong with that, please don’t get me wrong. Never stop learning.

A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking

NeverEndingSearch

You may remember Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) for its groundbreaking and utterly depressing report, Evaluating Information: The Cornerstone of Online Civic Reasoning. The free assessments include Google Docs assessments to copy and digital rubrics to download.

20 Formative Assessment Tools for Your Classroom

Shake Up Learning

The post 20 Formative Assessment Tools for Your Classroom appeared first on Shake Up Learning. The Shake Up Learning community is always chatting and sharing digital tools and lesson ideas for the K12 classroom. 20 Formative Assessment Tools for Your Classroom. (in

Reading Horizons launches teacher platform to manage blended learning

eSchool News

Reading Horizons has introduced Reading Horizons Accelerate ™, an educator platform designed to provide free resources for teachers and implementation support for Reading Horizons products in a blended learning environment. Reading Horizons Accelerate is the next step in blended learning planning and instruction for educators using our literacy curriculum,” said Tyson Smith, the president and CEO of Reading Horizons. “We

#SmartSeries Refresh | Improving Conditions and Career: How Blended Learning Can Improve The Teaching Profession

ExcelinEd

A lot has happened in the world of digital learning since ExcelinEd’s Digital Learning Now initiative and Getting Smart released the first Smart Series paper in August 2012. Improving Conditions and Careers: How Blended Learning Can Improve The Teaching Profession.

100+ Ways to Use a Chromebook in the Classroom – SULS033

Shake Up Learning

The post 100+ Ways to Use a Chromebook in the Classroom – SULS033 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Idea Sparks are designed to help teachers create meaningful learning experiences for their students with Chromebooks. Assess class performance. Shake Up Learning 2019.

Unlikely bedfellows converge, create inspired vision for future of education

The Christensen Institute

From the right to the left, from those who support school choice to those who have sought to protect traditional school districts, from superintendents and principals to the presidents of the two major teachers unions, and from industry leaders to researchers, a diverse group of unlikely bedfellows released on Tuesday a new effort and accompanying report to rethink education in America titled Education Reimagined: A transformational vision for education in the U.S.

Teacher Support in the Digital-Blended Classroom

Ask a Tech Teacher

Yes, it enriches learning but at the price of too many problems, preparation required, and confusion. I l ike Felicia Zorn’s summary of how that go-nogo decision really has become ‘get with the program’ Teacher Support in the Digital-Blended Classroom.

Goodbye ABCs: How One State is Moving Beyond Grade Levels and Graded Assessments

Edsurge

The program—short for “no grades, no grades”—is hallmarked by the schools shifting to a more competency-based assessment structure and removal of grade levels. Mary Earick, project director for NG2, says the purpose of the program is to create more flexible learning pathways for students through “competency-based multiage schooling,” which allows students to move on to new objectives only after mastering others. “[NG2]

Can technology solve the achievement gap?

The Christensen Institute

An Education Week article reported that in 2011, “black and Hispanic students trailed their white peers by an average of more than 20 test-score points on the NAEP math and reading assessments at 4th and 8th grades, a difference of about two grade levels.” In the traditional educational model, school attendance is critical because students don’t learn important academic content unless they are actually in class when the teacher covers the content.

10 steps for making your online courses accessible for all students

eSchool News

New report highlights 10-step plan to applying Universal Design for Learning online. The authors note that while, ideally, UDL allows students with disabilities to access courses without adaptation, it can also help to improve learning—and, therefore, retention—among all students.

Presentations and portfolios take the place of tests for some students

The Hechinger Report

In drab classrooms, students, many of whom have struggled with school, presented research that would determine whether they would graduate this year. “I’ve never presented before,” she said, trying to steady her voice and taking deep breaths.

Project Based Learning Tips that Will Transform Your Classroom – SULS015

Shake Up Learning

The post Project Based Learning Tips that Will Transform Your Classroom – SULS015 appeared first on Shake Up Learning. In this episode of The Shake Up Learning Show, Vicki shares so many tips and ideas that ANY teacher can use. The Shake Up Learning Community on Facebook.

EdTech and the accessibility paradox

The Christensen Institute

For a number of years, her district has pursued personalized learning. That’s given Cox a front seat to a new movement in education, which calls for recreating classrooms in a manner that supports learning for each child. Cox has a unique outlook on where personalized learning is headed: she helps oversee the district’s special education programs and strives to ensure that students with disabilities are included in the overall vision for structural and instructional reform.

7 Ways to Rethink Digital Assignments

Shake Up Learning

The post 7 Ways to Rethink Digital Assignments appeared first on Shake Up Learning. If you really want to transition your classroom from static teaching to Dynamic Learning, you have to rethink traditional assignments and the use of digital tools. Read the Shake Up Learning Book!

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The Carrot and The Stick: Are American Schools Actually Teaching Us?

Fractus Learning

I eventually got the hang of the language, and learned French and Spanish and Italian, but what I did not understand until years later when I returned to the U.S. It was grueling, and there were days when writer’s cramp seemed like a permanent condition, but I did learn.

How to streamline assessment and spend less time grading

The Cornerstone Blog

The topic for our first productivity roundtable is streamlining the grading and assessment process. They’ve found more effective ways to monitor and assess student learning, and they’re going to share those strategies here with you today.

Top 20 Tech Tips for Teachers

Shake Up Learning

The post Top 20 Tech Tips for Teachers appeared first on Shake Up Learning. As a digital learning coach and consultant with more than ten years working in instructional technology, I have learned quite a few ways to help teachers integrate technology. Shake Up Learning 2018.

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What is Kiddom? Why is it right for you? And free resources to inform your teaching

Ask a Tech Teacher

That requires a detailed picture of what students have learned. The ideal would be to have all assignments, assessment, and submittals for each student curated in one spot that automatically updates as the year progresses–and provides actionable reports.

6 Examples of classroom tech that improves education

Neo LMS

Students do learn better when the chosen tech is complementary to the school’s educational methods. For example, blended learning cannot function without said tech. Schools that use more software related to assessment reported higher student outcomes than those that didn’t.

Are you really personalizing learning?

The Christensen Institute

Though the definition of personalized learning could encompass many modalities, there are innovative classroom design and support components outside of standard pedagogical approaches that are often missed. The post Are you really personalizing learning?

Four Ways to Redefine Parent Teacher Conferences—With a Little Help from Ironman

Edsurge

As a former New York City high school teacher, I know that parent-teacher conferences seldom provide parents with enough time to process what their children learned, what they’re interested in, and what needs improvement. These conferences are rarely original and are often a missed opportunity to truly connect with parents about something beyond the report card. Talk about what's being learned, not what's missing.

Information Sharing at the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference

Digital Promise

NTC is a multi-day conference jam-packed with interactive workshops, engaging speakers, relevant vendors, ignite sessions (thought-provoking presentations only five minutes long), and opportunities to connect with other mission-driven techies from across the country.

What schools should know before launching an LMS [INFOGRAPHIC]

Neo LMS

Launching a learning management system within an educational institution comes with some challenges. This can be done through newsletters, emails, presentations, meetings and so on. Some organizations prefer to do a needs assessment, or set goals together with all the teachers.

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ISTE 2019: How K–12 Leaders Can Use G Suite for Professional Development

EdTech Magazine

Joseph Valver and his fellow instructional technology facilitators at Hamilton Township School District in New Jersey were providing numerous options for educators in their district to learn how to use education technology, but something was holding educators back. . “As

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Making an environment where teachers can create bespoke lessons

The Hechinger Report

. In their transition to using more personalized learning, the Bristol-Warren Regional School District in Rhode Island made professional development a priority. Sign up for our Blended Learning newsletter. “We Read more about Blended Learning.

Florida School Districts Participate in Achieve3000 FSA Goal-tracking Program

techlearning

This program is designed to motivate students and give teachers the targeted assessment data they need to help more students achieve a learning gain on Florida’s annual assessment. The report is in its second year of piloting with an expanded number of districts.

T&L Reviews Wowzers

techlearning

It presents students with real-world applications and personalized math instruction, guiding students along their own paths with authentic math problems. Students have access to their own avatars and dashboards to see their progress on their report cards and check on quiz scores.

Differentiating with Personalized Learning

Ask a Tech Teacher

Personalized learning is the latest buzzword in an education environment bursting with new ideas but this one is impressive. In a sentence, personalized learning: “tailors instruction, expression of learning, and assessment to each student’s unique needs and preferences.”

Tech Tools for Active Learning Classrooms

techlearning

One of the latest buzzwords in education is “active learning,” but what does this really look like in the classroom? One of the latest buzzwords in education is “active learning,” but what does this really look like in the classroom? POWTOON: TOOL FOR CREATING ANIMATED PRESENTATIONS.

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Customized math lessons could help students learn more, research says

The Hechinger Report

A math program that offers computer-based, bespoke lessons for students could, with teacher support, help them learn more math, according to a study released last week. It’s a fundamentally different learning experience than most math programs.”. Read more about Blended Learning.

Can $10 million build the ideal high school?

The Hechinger Report

The Hechinger Report visited Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School in January to hear students present their ideas for a new high school of their dreams. Related: A virtual tour of blended-learning schools, so others can see how it’s done.

Florida district deploys new math tool

eSchool News

Florida’s Jackson County School District will deploy LearnBop, a math learning system, to students across the school district. The tool previously provided by the state for FCAT assessment practice no longer exists, and the district needed something to replace it.