Index

Assessment 69Blended 153Engagement 6Feedback 57Interaction 34Management 12Model 35Personalize 34PICRAT 10Planning 12Practice 54Structure 15Theory 1

Assessment

Preface

  1. … you create an activity and/or Assessment that can be used in a blended lesson.
  2. … link to a brief readiness self-Assessment survey. The survey should take you 2-3…

Blended Teaching Foundations

  1. … Teaching Roadmap to do a self-Assessment of your basic technology skills and foundational…

Online Integration

  1. … design of blended instruction, Assessments, and activities. (2.3)
  2. … better customize instruction and Assessments to meet your students’ needs. This…
  3. Think about an Assessment, learning software, or online application that students…
  4. … individual needs. You can then use Assessment data from the online activities to…
  5. … evaluation is usually the easiest Assessment to make. If your students are absorbing…

Data Practices

  1. 3.1.2 Creating Assessments for mastery-based progression
  2. Creating Mastery Assessments
  3. Competency: I can create formative Assessments with mastery-thresholds (3.1)
  4. …dents (3.3) and to evaluate and improve Assessments and instructional materials …
  5. 3.3.3 Improving and Informing Assessments and Learning Materials
  6. …lead you to discover weaknesses in your Assessments or learning materials. Looki…
  7. …are finished. Would there be individual Assessments? Would the group present the…
  8. …s, and the number of attempts to answer Assessment questions.
  9. Once you have (1) created or acquired Assessments, (2) matched Assessment items …
  10. …ding. You can also find the projects or Assessments she will use to illustrate t…
  11. …e surprised that when students took the Assessment, nobody demonstrated mastery.…
  12. …ategorize numerical information such as Assessment results, frequency of attenda…
  13. …ny students not mastering the SLO final Assessment?
  14. Review the items in one of your unit Assessments and map each item to the SLO th…
  15. …t that includes formative and summative Assessments that align with unit learnin…
  16. Use Assessment data for one student from either a class Assessment or a state st…
  17. 1. Assessment Functioning— items that most students are missing.
  18. Good Assessments are key to effective learning. Good Assessments come in many fo…
  19. 1. Is the Assessment accurately measuring the SLO?
  20. Table 3.1 Strengths of different Assessment types administered in-person & onlin…
  21. 1. Improve Assessments.
  22. …ween scores for Observation 2 and final Assessment suggest the following possibi…
  23. …tivities, assignments, projects, and/or Assessments are the best match. Consider…
  24. …there possibly something wrong with the Assessment or students’ preparation fo…
  25. …ing activities, the instruction, or the Assessments used to gather data.…
  26. …dent has achieved a mastery level on an Assessment or SLO, yellow indicates near…
  27. … will develop a wide range of formative Assessments for your classroom. Among th…
  28. …ressing from Observation 1 to the final Assessment?
  29. Type of Assessment
  30. …s:  summative and formative. Summative Assessments are usually given at the end…
  31. Review a previous Assessment that you have given and gather some data about stud…
  32. Some ways that you might act to improve Assessments or learning materials based …
  33. …e for a given standard and what form of Assessment can best measure them.…
  34. … classroom and brainstorm mastery-based Assessments for that standard (http://bi…
  35. For an Assessment to be useful for mastery-based progression, each element needs…
  36. As you know, Assessments can have many forms—quizzes, tests, reports, essays, …

Personalizing Instruction

  1. 4.3 Personalizing Assessment
  2. …an develop strategies for personalizing Assessments (4.3).
  3. …or individual pacing and more efficient Assessments to inform and tailor instruc…
  4. Align a list of Assessment options to various student interests or preferences.
  5. … to individual students. Its integrated Assessments and instruction routinely me…
  6. Create personalized Assessment options for your students, complete with descript…
  7. …nstruction, or unit. Next, you plan the Assessments that will tell you how well …
  8. …arner profile to help match them to the Assessment that is best for them. In cas…
  9. …asons students like to choose their own Assessment type and what kind of assessm…
  10. So how do you know what kind of Assessment is best for each student? It all goes…
  11. Assessments can be personalized along the dimensions of time place, pace, and pa…
  12. …LS/PATH/PACE-Students take a diagnostic Assessment and then choose learning reso…
  13. The kinds of Assessments that students can choose to complete vary greatly. Stud…
  14. Create a list of Assessment options for one of your units.
  15. …ce and move beyond grade level based on Assessment data.Video 4.7 (1:34) http://…

Online Interaction

  1. … the structure, flow/timing, and Assessment of discussion prompts. The tables provide…
  2. Table 5.9 Assessment – Clarity of expectations.
  3. Assessment—Clarity of Expectations
  4. … body and make judgments based on Assessments. They also both provide reports. However,…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … standard, and began to develop Assessments and activities using them, you might…
  2. … to house learning activities, Assessments, data, learner profile information, and…
  3. Final Assessment
  4. Pre-Assessment through the LMS, Begin the Volume Measurement and Estimation Activity
  5. … elements of a unit—objectives, Assessments, and activities.
  6. … important that your learning goals, Assessments, and activities are aligned as seen…

Blended

Preface

  1. … assessment that can be used in a Blended lesson.
  2. … of your current aptitude for Blended teaching specific to each competency.
  3. At this time the six Blended Teaching Badges are not fully available. However,…
  4. … feedback, ideas, and experiences with Blended teaching. Your input can help us…
  5. … well as examples of completed Blended Teaching Roadmaps for elementary and secondary…
  6. This book is your guide to Blended teaching in K-12 settings. It was designed…
  7. … skillsneeded to support your Blended teaching practice. Then you will be introduced…

Research

  1. … book as a tool for evaluating Blended activities.
  2. … research related to the K-12 Blended Teaching Readiness model that is used to…
  3. … researchers in the area of K-12 Blended and online teaching.

Blended Teaching Foundations

  1. 1.1 What Does Blended Learning Look Like?
  2. 1.0 What is Blended Learning?
  3. Definition: Blended Learning
  4. The 6 Ps of Blended Teaching Video 1.4 (2:40) http://bit.ly/btb-v005 
  5. … technology skills I need for Blended teaching (1.1-1.2)
  6. Blended Learning Models Web Resource 1.1 http://bit.ly/btb-v032 
  7. Successful Blended environments often involve a shift from teacher-led to more…
  8. Challenge 1: Use section 1.3 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to do a self-assessment…
  9. … competencies needed for successful Blended teaching are ultimately not technology…
  10. Blended teaching provides opportunities for students to develop knowledge and…
  11. … of seven different models of Blended learning. You can also see links to schools…
  12. … reasons why teachers might choose a Blended teaching approach:
  13. … skeptical about some aspects of Blended learning presented in this book, we hope…
  14. … are many different models of Blended teaching that are commonly used by teachers.…
  15. Successful Blended environments often involve a focus on mastery-based progression…
  16. As a teacher in a Blended classroom, your role will likely be different from what…
  17. Successful Blended teaching requires the careful integration of online and in-person…
  18. … is important to remember that Blended learning is the strategic combinationof…
  19. To teach using effective Blended methods, you need to be able to combine online…
  20. What to Look For: How does Blended learning differ from classroom technology…
  21. … effectively using the online or Blended space?”
  22. Blended learning is the strategic combination of online and in-person instruction.…
  23. Successful Blended teaching will require taking risks, failing at times, learning…
  24. … that characterize high quality Blended learning? 
  25. Successful Blended environments almost always involve a reliance on data to help…
  26. Complete Section 1 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to help identify your purposes…
  27. … have already developed to begin Blended teaching. If you need guidance in developing…
  28. … less of” as they transition to Blended teaching roles? 
  29. … skills related to technology for Blended teaching
  30. … each of the core competencies of Blended teaching, it is helpful for you to be…
  31. … Important dispositions for effective Blended teaching build upon what is already…
  32. … develop your ability to teach in a Blended environment. These areas are critical…
  33. Blended teaching is an excellent way to provide access and flexibility to student…
  34. … 1.1 Important dispositions for Blended teachers
  35. … as you begin to develop your Blended teaching skills.

Online Integration

  1. 2.3.3 An Evaluative Framework for Blended Teaching
  2. 2.4 Managing the Blended Classroom
  3. 2.3.2 Blended Activities That Engage (The PIC Framework)
  4. 2.3 Evaluating Blended Activities
  5. 2.4.2 Managing Blended Rotations
  6. … I can evaluate the design of Blended instruction, assessments, and activities.…
  7. … create guidelines for managing a Blended lesson (2.4)
  8. Systems and Procedures for Blended Learning Video 2.10 Part 1 (12:26)
  9. Blended Teaching Models Web Resource 2.1 http://bit.ly/btb-v149
  10. … that you’ve reflected on some Blended learning models, it’s time to consider…
  11. … core knowledge and skills of Blended teaching. By the end of this chapter you…
  12. … guidelines is especially important in Blended courses for four reasons:
  13. … these can be adapted to fit your Blended learning style. In the end, it’s important…
  14. The word “Blended” in Blended teaching is used intentionally. Blended teaching…
  15. Quality Blended teaching will not only have some student-teacher and student-student…
  16. … the most common mistakes novice Blended teachers make is to have students engage…
  17. Complete Section 2 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to plan and evaluate elements…
  18. … rotation is a popular form of Blended learning. However, because you are working…
  19. … technology. That’s the beauty of Blended learning! As seen in Video 2.8, sometimes…
  20. … elementary schools.  However, in a Blended version of a station rotation, for…
  21. … games on the device, etc.) in the Blended classroom.
  22. One advantage of Blended learning is that it can make learning more engaging for…
  23. … already have can be adapted for Blended learning. What matters most is that you…
  24. … PICRAT matrix to determine if our Blended activities are meeting the full potential…
  25. … behavior in the online setting, Blended teachers use many strategies for managing…
  26. … (and in turn, help you) manage Blended learning.
  27. … opportunities that occur in a Blended classroom happen offline. As a result,…
  28. … chapter, there are many different Blended teaching models. These models are structures…
  29. … collaborate, and receive feedback, Blended courses also need to have an online…
  30. In fact, “Blended” learning implies that we use the online interactions with…
  31. … video could be useful in your Blended classroom.
  32. … right or wrong model to use in Blended teaching. Therefore, you should select…
  33. … help with a different aspect of Blended teaching:  managing digital distractions.…
  34. … and examples of four different Blended learning models: flipped, station rotation,…
  35. … the top half of the quadrant. Blended classrooms, however, can include interactions…
  36. … expectations for at least one of the Blended teaching routines that you will…
  37. … students stay engaged in the Blended environment are the clamshell technique…

Data Practices

  1. …e and skills are essential to effective Blended teaching. By the end of this cha…
  2. Use section 3.2 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to determine what data you have …
  3. …types are central elements of effective Blended teaching. Administering assessme…
  4. Use section 3.3 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to plan the grouping strategy th…
  5. …n the classroom—you the teacher. In a Blended classroom you want to use your t…
  6. …w ready you are to use data in your own Blended classroom.
  7. Use section 3.1 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to determine mastery levels for …
  8. …ept of mastery-based progression. Many Blended classrooms use this approach bec…
  9. Complete Section 3 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap to plan and outline your stra…

Personalizing Instruction

  1. Step #4: Choose your Blended model.
  2. …re 4.2 Three basic elements of planning Blended lessons.56
  3. …(see Video 4.1) in this chapter because Blended classrooms increase the ease of …
  4. See full Blended Teaching Case at http://bit.ly/btb-3sia2(Web Resource 4.3)
  5. … be in the classroom to help you manage Blended activities. They can’t help yo…
  6. …sonalization are essential to effective Blended teaching. By the end of this cha…
  7. See full Blended Teaching Case at http://bit.ly/btb-3sia4(Web Resource 4.5)
  8. …ching up on the news. As a teacher in a Blended environment, your role is to gui…
  9. …your preparation for personalizing in a Blended environment. How ready are you?…
  10. …r specific interests, wants, and goals. Blended learning allows you to give stud…
  11. …or the Badge! Complete Chapter 4 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap. (http://bit.ly…
  12. An effective Blended classroom will mix these two practices—differentiation an…
  13. See full Blended Teaching Case at http://bit.ly/btb-3sia3(Web Resource 4.4)
  14. … introduced several different models of Blended teaching. All of these models ar…
  15. See full Blended Teaching Case at http://bit.ly/btb-3sia1(Web Resource 4.2)
  16. Blended teaching allows us to shift from teacher-led practices — in which the …

Online Interaction

  1. Using Blended Feedback - A Teacher ExampleVideo 5.8 (2:58) http://bit.ly/btb-v495
  2. … Badge! Complete Section 5 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap. (http://bit.ly/MyBTRoadMap-Ch5)…
  3. One of the important aspects of Blended learning is for the teacher to decide…
  4. … Both place and time can vary in Blended courses, from a low degree of flexibility…
  5. … to leverage the advantages of Blended learning is the ability to create a positive,…
  6. The Blended classroom presents some interesting challenges and opportunities in…
  7. … interaction are essential to effective Blended teaching. By the end of this chapter…
  8. … express their thoughts. In the Blended classroom, there are many options for…
  9. … asynchronous discussions to your Blended classroom comes from Eric Brussel and…
  10. … that teachers who are new to Blended learning often make is using their LMS to…
  11. … online interactions in your own Blended classroom?

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … the Rationale to Support Your Blended Lesson
  2. 6.3 Sequencing Your Blended Lesson
  3. Example Blended Lesson Sequence
  4. Example Blended Lesson Rationale
  5. … confidence to take on an entire Blended unit.
  6. When you began planning your Blended lesson, you should have chosen some reasons…
  7. … door to the vault of learning. Blended teaching presents a better system. Plutarch…
  8. As an effective Blended teacher, you need to be able to integrate online and in-person…
  9. … role content curation plays in Blended teaching.
  10. … skills that bring all elements of Blended teaching together are essential to…
  11. As you implement Blended activities, it’s important that you take note of wins…
  12. … for the next iteration of the Blended lesson. This is an iterative process. It’s…
  13. Implementing Blended teaching practices for the first time will be challenging.…
  14. … start.” If implementing an entire Blended unit is overwhelming, there are many…
  15. … point you have read a lot about Blended teaching and completed your Blended teaching…
  16. … created learning materials, and Blended teachers are no different. Creating online…
  17. … understand the goals for your Blended lesson, you should make sure that the way…
  18. … Badge! Complete Chapter 6 of the Blended Teaching Roadmap. (http://bit.ly/MyBTRoadMapCh6)…
  19. … It’s also good to remember that Blended learning can be more flexible in the…

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. Systems and Procedures for Blended Learning Part 1
  2. See it in Action #2 - Full Blended Teaching Case
  3. Blended Learning Models
  4. See it in Action #3 - Full Blended Teaching Case
  5. See it in Action #4 - Full Blended Teaching Case
  6. Using Blended Feedback – A Teacher Example
  7. See it in Action #1 - Full Blended Teaching Case
  8. The 6 Ps of Blended Teaching
  9. Systems and Procedures for Blended Learning Part 2
  10. Blended Teaching Models

Appendix C: Blended Teaching Roadmap

  1. Blended Teaching Roadmap Templates

Blended Teaching Readiness Survey Resources

  1. Blended Teaching Readiness Survey - http://bit.ly/K12-BTR
  2. Blended Models
  3. …ortant technology skills for successful Blended teaching. 
  4. …ist of resources related to each of the Blended teaching competencies. …
  5. Blended Teaching Dispositions focus on the teacher's beliefs and attitudes about…

Engagement

Online Integration

  1. … new skills. This is known as Engagementwhich describes students’ positive feelings…

Data Practices

  1. …ing your assessments to monitor student Engagement and learning. In this section…
  2. …t results, frequency of attendance, and Engagement measurements, but we also use…

Personalizing Instruction

  1. … learning outcomes can increase student Engagement, retention, and achievement.…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … student learning outcomes or Engagement to a goal of increased convenience for you.…
  2. … increase student opportunities and Engagement. You should be able to map each part…

Feedback

Preface

  1. Feedback - Each chapter has a link where you can share your Feedback, ideas, and…

Blended Teaching Foundations

  1. … added a seventh P, Practice with Feedback. The following is a summary of The 7…

Online Integration

  1. … discuss, collaborate, and receive Feedback, blended courses also need to have…

Personalizing Instruction

  1. …u can use the link above to obtain some Feedback concerning your preparation for…

Online Interaction

  1. 5.4 Blending Feedback
  2. … technologies to create effective Feedback (5.4).
  3. Effective Feedback? Video 5.6 (2:00) http://bit.ly/btb-v493
  4. 5.4.2 The Feedback Burger
  5. … Students (and Yourself) React to Feedback Web Resource 5.4 http://bit.ly/btb-v453
  6. Quality Peer FeedbackWeb Resource 5.1 & 5.2 http://bit.ly/btb-v442  http://bit.ly/btb-v472
  7. Using Blended Feedback - A Teacher ExampleVideo 5.8 (2:58) http://bit.ly/btb-v495
  8. 5.4.4 Accepting Feedback from Students
  9. … ability to moderate posts, provide Feedback, and track student progress. This…
  10. … terms of (1) group size, (2) peer Feedback structure, and (3) meaningful roles.
  11. Feedback: Guiding students to post to specific people, seemingly set at random,…
  12. Feedback: Several students still may not receive a response.
  13. … book. Chrissy provides them with Feedback in-person, in text, and via screencast…
  14. Feedback: What are students supposed to respond to their peers about?
  15. … reconsider how and when they provide Feedback.
  16. Feedback: Only one response? Also, they will likely only reply to a friend or popular…
  17. … longer to manage and provide Feedback. Most, if not all, Learning Management Systems…
  18. Feedback: There are now clear guidelines for responses, and enough time has been…
  19. We often focus on giving Feedback, but how good are you and your students at receiving…
  20. Feedback: A clear role in the response has been created that will stimulate a meaningful…
  21. … strategies for providing effective Feedback. We chose this metaphor because it…
  22. Feedback: A perfectly sized group allows for diversity of thought within a manageable…
  23. Feedback: There isn’t enough time for students to create meaningful responses…
  24. … demonstrate new knowledge, and receive Feedback from the teacher as the “expert.”…
  25. Feedback: Too big of a group means they won’t read everyone’s ideas.
  26. … 5.6 Structure – Who gets peer Feedback.
  27. … projects without prescribing timely Feedback that allows students to achieve their…
  28. Feedback: Too small of a group means there won’t be enough responses to have…
  29. … for students to provide helpful Feedback regarding learning activities or units.…
  30. Feedback: When is this due?  When should the students post their responses?
  31. … communication to provide effective Feedback (e.g. electronic rubrics that you’ve…
  32. … on you providing students with Feedback, students providing Feedback to you can…
  33. Feedback: What if they don’t disagree about anything? Does stating what they…
  34. … give and receive better peer Feedback in online discussion forums?
  35. … not likely to make full use of Feedback that's provided weeks after it was submitted.
  36. … opportunities in regard to providing Feedback. For instance, in blended environments,…
  37. … is not the same as providing Feedback. Teachers often provide students with grades…
  38. … among students and teachers, and Feedback written on assignments.
  39. So, what constitutes powerful Feedback? The simple answer is that Feedback is powerful…
  40. Feedback and instruction are closely related. In fact, you can view Feedback as…
  41. Structure—Who Gets Peer Feedback
  42. … probability that one seeks and needs Feedback, but the more important it is that…
  43. Feedback: What is meant by how they felt?  Should they state whether they agree…
  44. Feedback: Students should now understand the specific evaluative criteria for their…
  45. … quality of their posts. Providing Feedback to students will be discussed in the…
  46. When providing Feedback, you should act more like a physician than a coroner. A…
  47. Feedback: Students still don’t know how they will be graded.

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … students to receive practice with Feedback (one of the seven Ps) to a focus on…

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. Using Blended Feedback – A Teacher Example
  2. Effective Feedback?
  3. Feedback - 1
  4. Feedback - 2
  5. …elping Students (and yourself) React to Feedback

Interaction

Preface

  1. … personalization, and (4) online Interaction.The final chapter helps you bring all…

Blended Teaching Foundations

  1. … preparation, participation, personal Interaction, personalization, and place.

Online Integration

  1. … collection of the following types of Interactions: student-content, student-teacher,…
  2. … fostering meaningful student-student Interactions and teacher support. Watch Video…
  3. … student-teacher and student-student Interactions online, but the use of technology…
  4. … implies that we use the online Interactions with in-person Interactions. Most blended…
  5. … quadrant with student-content Interaction on the right and student-human Interaction

Online Interaction

  1. 5.1 Types of Interaction
  2. Test Your Readiness: Online Interaction http://bit.ly/K12-BTR
  3. Dimensions of Interaction Video 5.1 (4:29) http://bit.ly/btb-v452
  4. … and limitations of each form of Interaction and how each can be used to benefit overall…
  5. … participate in extended discussions. Interaction takes place over a period of time.…
  6. One of the major Interactions that can happen in an online setting is the use of discussions.…
  7. … foster online communication and Interaction. They are described in Table 5.2.
  8. The term “Interaction” means different things to different people. In 1989, Michael…
  9. … student-instructor and student-student Interactions have different place, time, and…
  10. Student-content Interaction occurs when students engage with learning materials through…
  11. … expectations for appropriate Interactions. This includes following “netiquette”—a…
  12. … learn the guidelines for online Interaction.
  13. … major limitation of in-person Interaction. Given the bell schedule, time for a robust…
  14. … a balance in terms of teacher Interaction. Too little teacher Interaction and students…
  15. … knowledge and skills around online Interaction are essential to effective blended…
  16. … of both in-person and online Interaction and figuring out strategies for how to capitalize…
  17. … you must figure out how online Interaction can extend student learning. It’s helpful…
  18. … for creating student-student Interactions. If the discussion group consists of more…
  19. … on being ready to use online Interactions in your own blended classroom?

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … This practice increases personal Interaction, allowing me to provide each student…
  2. … information, and opportunities for Interaction; however, we have not fully discussed…
  3. … personalize instruction, foster online Interaction and combine all of these skills…

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. Dimensions of Interaction

Blended Teaching Readiness Survey Resources

  1. Examples of Online Interaction
  2.  Dimensions of Interaction
  3. Chapter 5 - Online Interaction
  4. Online Interaction focuses on the teacher's ability to facilitate online interac…

Management

Online Integration

  1. Hardware Management:
  2. Learning Management that includes specific classroom systems, procedures, and guidelines…
  3. … can view examples of station Management for elementary classrooms in Video 2.12.
  4. Software Management:
  5. … school districts now have learning Management systems (LMS) that help you, as the…

Data Practices

  1. …r quiz. Build the quiz in your learning Management system.

Personalizing Instruction

  1. …meet, AND because it may make classroom Management more difficult, AND because t…
  2. …of online learning programs or learning Management systems (see Chapter 2) and t…

Online Interaction

  1. … feedback. Most, if not all, Learning Management Systems (LMS) have a discussion…
  2. … features. At the same time, learning Management systems and other online communication…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … districts have adopted a learning Management system (LMS) that allows you to easily…
  2. … use password protected learning Management systems (LMS) such as Blackboard or Canvas.

Model

Research

  1. … West, R. E. (2020). The PICRAT Model for technology integration in teacher…
  2. … K-12 Blended Teaching Readiness Model that is used to organize this book, below…

Blended Teaching Foundations

  1. Blended Learning Models Web Resource 1.1 http://bit.ly/btb-v032 
  2. … see examples of seven different Models of blended learning. You can also see…
  3. … said, there are many different Models of blended teaching that are commonly…

Online Integration

  1. 2.1.4 Flex Model
  2. 2.1.5 Choosing your Model
  3. Flex Model Video 2.6 (5:28) http://bit.ly/btb-v129
  4. Blended Teaching Models Web Resource 2.1 http://bit.ly/btb-v149
  5. … reflected on some blended learning Models, it’s time to consider strategies…
  6. … school. When implementing this Model, you should also carefully consider how…
  7. … elements of your blended teaching Model and blended teaching routines. (http://bit.ly/MyBTRoadMap-Ch2)…
  8. … other stations. As a result, this Model is most effective when students can…
  9. … that uses the station rotation Model has stations set up so that students can…
  10. In the flex Model the majority of learning occurs online. Because of this, students…
  11. The lab or whole-group rotation Model is similar to the station rotation Model
  12. … allow you to use the flipped Model to prepare students for the activity.
  13. … that you teach. Using the flex Model, determine how you would incorporate this…
  14. … many different blended teaching Models. These Models are structures and patterns…
  15. … as part of a station rotation Model.
  16. There is no right or wrong Model to use in blended teaching. Therefore, you…
  17. … station rotation or lab rotation Model.
  18. … four different blended learning Models: flipped, station rotation, lab rotation,…

Personalizing Instruction

  1. Step #4: Choose your blended Model.
  2. … more on direct instruction and teacher Modeling that students then repeat and m…
  3. …pter 2, we introduced several different Models of blended teaching. All of these…

Online Interaction

  1. … this balance is important to Model in online discussions.
  2. … example of a discussion board that Models both great discussion board posts…
  3. … when beginning. You will want to Model the nature of the posts you are expecting.…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … you chose your blended teaching Model and standard, and began to develop assessments…
  2. … and relies on a lab rotation Model.

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. Blended Learning Models
  2. Flex Model
  3. Blended Teaching Models

Blended Teaching Readiness Survey Resources

  1. Blended Models

Personalize

Online Integration

  1. … data that teachers can use to Personalize small-group instruction. Another common…

Data Practices

  1. …t chapter will talk more about creating Personalized goals for students that nee…
  2. …, and even politicians like the idea of Personalized learning.
  3. …homogeneous and heterogeneous groups to Personalize instruction. This is common …

Personalizing Instruction

  1. Why Students Like Personalized Learning Video 4.15 (5:16) http://bit.ly/btb-v35…
  2. Personalized learning means tailoring learning for each student’s strengths…
  3. …d approaches that may make it easier to Personalize learning for students. Check…
  4. Personalized learning emphasizes student-driven instructional objectives, con…
  5. …ndings in order to guide them through a Personalized learning program.
  6. …ou use some of these ideas to implement Personalized playlists in your class?…
  7. Personalized learning refers to instruction in which the pace of learning and…
  8. LEAP Learning Framework for Personalized Learning
  9. …he seven ingredients needed to create a Personalized learning program. Because t…
  10. Create Personalized assessment options for your students, complete with descript…
  11. …ecessarily mean it is better than a non-Personalized aspect of education. In ord…
  12. …the most common ways teachers implement Personalized learning is by giving stude…
  13. …RT goals allow for learning goals to be Personalized by changing the time, place…
  14. …t students can follow or choose from to Personalize pace, time, place, and/or pa…
  15. …s with more choice and opportunities to Personalize their learning:
  16. Personalized learning occurs when all learning is focused on, demonstrated by…
  17. But what does Personalized teaching look like in today’s K-12 schools?
  18. …alization and differentiation. They are Personalized because the students have h…
  19. Assessments can be Personalized along the dimensions of time place, pace, and pa…
  20. …l tracking sheets to help your students Personalize their learning goals?…
  21. … is the most essential step in creating Personalized learning. A 2018 iNACOL sur…
  22. … standards will be met, enabling you to Personalize learning objectives. This co…
  23. … need to do to be prepared to implement Personalized learning.
  24. …ology. It is important to remember that Personalized learning is not the same as…
  25. …rameworks that suggest how to implement Personalized learning in the K-12 classr…
  26. …here teachers are trying to implement a Personalized learning approach with thei…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … ideas from the lab and helps Personalize pace by providing students with additional…
  2. … learning, use data practices, Personalize instruction, foster online interaction…

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. Why Students Like Personalized Learning

Blended Teaching Readiness Survey Resources

  1. Personalized Learning

PICRAT

Research

  1. … some publications related to the PICRAT framework that we use in section 2.3…
  2. … R., & West, R. E. (2020). The PICRAT model for technology integration in teacher…

Online Integration

  1. PICRAT Video 2.9 (4:33) http://bit.ly/btb-v123
  2. We can use the PICRAT matrix to determine if our blended activities are meeting…
  3. … your classroom fits within the PICRAT matrix.
  4. … technology use is through the PICRAT framework discussed in the next three sections.
  5. … classroom and where they fit on the PICRAT matrix.
  6. … the two together to form the PICRAT matrix.(See Figure 2.11). By examining…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … four Cs from Chapter 1 and the PICRAT matrix from Chapter 2 will help you explain…

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. PICRAT

Planning

Preface

  1. … – Also included are practical Planning prompts. These are intended to help you…

Online Integration

  1. … This model takes a high level of Planning and preparation. It may occur in conjunction…

Data Practices

  1. …es that should be considered as you are Planning your instruction. These are det…

Personalizing Instruction

  1. Figure 4.2 Three basic elements of Planning blended lessons.56
  2. …eplaces the steps traditionally used in Planning teacher-centered instruction th…
  3. …nd career readiness goals. Are students Planning to go into the military, straig…

Online Interaction

  1. … students meet them. It takes Planning to formulate an effective online discussion.…
  2. … Edutopia article.71 They suggest Planning ahead and thinking strategically about…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. When you began Planning your blended lesson, you should have chosen some reasons…
  2. … had for students when you began Planning your blend. If the goals remained the…
  3. We recommend Planning your lessons using a table that aligns each of the three…
  4. … unit alignment, you can start Planning the lesson sequence, or the ways that the…

Practice

Preface

  1. … to see the evidence of blended Practice they will likely require.
  2. … skills taught in the chapter in Practice.
  3. … learn from reading this book into Practice. At the end of each chapter, there…
  4. … support your blended teaching Practice. Then you will be introduced to four key…

Blended Teaching Foundations

  1. Though these benefits can improve Practices, they cannot be gained by simply adding…
  2. … video, we have added a seventh P, Practice with Feedback. The following is a summary…

Online Integration

  1. … amplifies or transforms classroom Practice
  2. … technology to make their current Practices a little more efficient without really…
  3. … replace or digitize your current Practice is still a good use when it makes the…
  4. … full potential of our teaching Practices and therefore helping students to meet…
  5. … transform (T) traditional teaching Practice (see Figure 2.9). Each of these terms…
  6. … amplifies or transforms your classroom Practices.
  7. … technology changes our traditional Practice.
  8. What to Look For: Think of Practices in your own classroom that may work best…
  9. … or transform your traditional Practices? If students are watching a video lesson…

Data Practices

  1. Test Your Readiness: Data Practices http://bit.ly/K12-BTR
  2. Having core data Practice knowledge and skills are essential to effective blende…
  3. …tudent learning and to inform classroom Practices? (http://bit.ly/BTRoadmap).…
  4. …n Academy allows you to manually assign Practice problems to students in each sk…
  5. …vely using data to inform your teaching Practices. Student data will help you an…
  6. …ry (yellow) and just need a little more Practice to achieve mastery.
  7. …student data, but there are many proven Practices that can help you. In this sec…
  8. To introduce data Practices, we will first discuss the concept of mastery-based…
  9. (#2) The student has had minimal Practice in 4 additional areas.

Personalizing Instruction

  1. Basic Personalization Practices Video 4.1 (2:27) http://bit.ly/btb-v356
  2. …on consists of a system of mindsets and Practices that allows teachers to increa…
  3. … you begin implementing personalization Practices.
  4. Many of these Practices can be easily implemented through using learner profiles…
  5. …s personalization and how to make those Practices effective.
  6. These Practices include allowing students to:
  7. …re 4.1). Differentiation is also a good Practice but is distinct from personaliz…
  8. …xplore these strategies for learner led Practices if you want more information. …
  9. …dapted it to meet student interests. In Practice, we would meet with a small gro…
  10. … available to present a lesson, provide Practice, and then assess learning. When…
  11. …est to start by adding more student-led Practices. This means finding ways to al…
  12. …ve blended classroom will mix these two Practices—differentiation and personal…
  13. …ncreasing opportunities for students to Practice their agency as part of their e…
  14. …ome of these strategies for learner led Practices. Which do you think you could …
  15. …ive to personalizing your instructional Practices. Often the personalization com…
  16. …ing allows us to shift from teacher-led Practices — in which the teacher deter…

Online Interaction

  1. … technologies in my classroom Practices (5.2).
  2. … used it as an opportunity to Practice communication skills because students used…
  3. Practice using various types of communication to provide effective feedback (e.g.…

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … who need more instruction. This Practice increases personal interaction, allowing…
  2. … in-person learning, use data Practices, personalize instruction, foster online…
  3. … allowing students to receive Practice with feedback (one of the seven Ps) to a…
  4. … identified the following best Practices:94
  5. … dynamic content is used to apply, Practice, and demonstrate. Because there are…
  6. By reflecting on your Practice using learning data, observations, and student evaluation…
  7. … people respond to them. This Practice amplifies students’ opportunities to share…
  8. Implementing blended teaching Practices for the first time will be challenging.…

Appendix A: Chapter Resources

  1. Basic Personalization Practices

Blended Teaching Readiness Survey Resources

  1. Chapter 3 - Data Practices
  2. Data Practices focus on the teacher's ability to use digital tools to monitor st…

Structure

Online Integration

  1. … teacher’s station organization and Structures direct student learning and behavior.
  2. … teaching models. These models are Structures and patterns that help teachers to…

Personalizing Instruction

  1. … learning software, which can provide a Structure for facilitating personalizati…
  2. …r you to find the right balance between Structure and flexibility in your classr…

Online Interaction

  1. … good and bad examples of the Structure, flow/timing, and assessment of discussion…
  2. Table 5.7 Structure – Meaningful roles.
  3. … these aspects into categories of Structure, content, flow, and timing. Each aspect…
  4. … thinking and has detailed content, Structure, flow, and timing instructions.
  5. Table 5.6 Structure – Who gets peer feedback.
  6. Structure—Discussion Group Size
  7. Structure—Meaningful Roles
  8. … discussion prompts is whether they are Structured to be teacher-led, student-led,…
  9. Table 5.5 Structure – Discussion group size
  10. Structure—Who Gets Peer Feedback

Blended Design in Practice

  1. … more flexible in the learning Structure than traditional instructional units. The…

Theory

Personalizing Instruction

  1. … Foundation. ALEKS uses Knowledge Space Theory and adaptive questioning to teach…