Blended Learning: Tools for Managing Classrooms in the Digital Age
Students have a unique skillset they bring to blended learning classrooms: They are collaborators, creative thinkers, information users and producers, technologists, problem solvers, and self-directed learners. Teachers are redefining classroom management strategies to maximize development of these skills and minimize disruptions to teaching and learning in a blended learning environment.
- Research attributes of a blended learning classroom and discover innovative classroom management tools.
- Design a classroom management plan appropriate to your unique teaching setting.
- Create a technology-based lesson plan to implement in your blended classroom.
- Participate in discussions with other teachers to share thoughts and strategies for enhancing blended classrooms.
Professional development credit:
Fall 2017 Sessions:
- September 11–October 8
- October 9–November 5
- November 6–December 10
Spring 2018 Sessions:
- January 8–February 4
- February 5–March 4
- March 5–April 8
- April 9–May 6
- May 7–June 3
Summer 2018 Sessions:
- June 4–July 1
- July 9–August 5
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