Hybrid Learning

This page will serve as a resource for implementing hybrid learning in your classroom.

PD materials


Session powerpoint

Independent Station Number 1:

  • Create an edpuzzle student account. You may want to use this in your own classroom to test assignments that you create for your own students. Use an email address other than your school account so that you may use your school account for a teacher account should you choose to do so later.
  • Join my class called Hybrid Learning Training Session by using the class code: bD1BLy
  • Watch the video titled Hybrid Learning in Action
  • Create a teacher account for Edpuzzle if you think you may use it in your hybrid classroom.
  • Explore these formative assessment resources and create accounts for any that you think you may use in your classroom.
  • If you have time remaining, you may wish to explore some of the resources in the Independent Station Number 2 section.

Collaborative Station Number 1:


  • Look at these pictures from my hybrid classroom.









 



Independent Station Number 2:

  • Log into EDPuzzle and wacth Joe's Non-Netbook 
  • In addition to the formative assessment tools that you explored during the first independent station, here are some other resources that you may find helpful.  Browse these links and create accounts for resources you might like to use in your own classroom.  
  • Don't forget to consider any paid resources that your department already subscribes to as well.

Collaborative Station Number 2:

  • Recall that the teacher will be providing instruction in a small group while the remainder of the class will either be working independently on a computer tutorial/practice program or working in a group of 2-4 on a collaborative assignment.  
  • In general teachers implementing a hybrid learning model report fewer classroom management issues.  This is likely due to the fact that students are more engaged.  However using this model creates a whole new set of classroom management concerns that are not present in a more traditional classroom.  Please read and brainstorm possible answers to the questions on the Hybrid Learning Promising Practices Worksheet
  • Email your completed worksheet to me at abelje@mtwp.net 

If you would like more information, here is a series of posts that I wrote walking you through how to get started with hybrid learning.

3 comments:

  1. Jennifer, where did you get the dry erase dice??? Very cool and versatile product.

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  2. I got them on anazon. I'm not sure if there is something better but they work well enough. Dry erase wipes right off when kids touch them. Wet erase is a little better but teenagers have sweaty hands so the ink can smear. I use permanent marker. It comes off with either nail polish remover or magic erasers. The kids really like using them.

    Magnetic Whiteboard (Set of 4) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001UFYG5E/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_wNVMwbE8MMSSB

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