Blended Learning Lesson Plans — Grades 6–12 Math and Science

Looking for new ideas for your math or science classroom? Are you a substitute teacher without a set of lesson plans? Wondering what a blended learning lesson looks like?

Sign up to review hundreds of math and science lesson plans developed by teachers in Texas who took a UTeach Blended Learning course.

After you sign up, you will be provided a link to access the lesson plans in Canvas. The lesson plans are organized by subject area, grade level, and TEKS. Thank you to all of the districts and teachers who worked with UTeach to develop and share the lesson plans.


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Classroom Strategies for Inquiry-Based Learning

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Work Products from Blended Learning Courses

Learn more about the creative, thoughtful, job-embedded work products that participants in UTeach Blended Learning courses create for use in their classroom, campus, or district. Each of the categories listed is from an assignment in one of our courses. You might even get ideas for you classroom or campus!


Each participant in Advanced Blended Learning conducts a 5- to 10-minute showcase presentation to instructors and peers via Zoom. We edited some of the educator presentations to share.  

ABL Showcase Videos Aligned to ISTE Standards

ABL Showcase Videos

See the full Blended Learning video collection

Resources for Remote Learning

Although remote learning is different from blended learning, many of the resources used for blended learning may also be applied to remote and concurrent instruction. The resources include instructional videos, interactive lessons, personalized learning plans, online discussions, and online assessments.