by Jessie Woolley-Wilson, edtech digest
So what does a blended learning classroom look like? In Wendy Funk’s classroom, students have 20 minute rotations through an 80-minute math block that include whole class instruction, collaborative learning in groups, small group or one on one time with Wendy, and time in an adaptive program in which they learn at their own pace. It is the time within the adaptive program that qualifies the model as blended. It allows all students — advanced, on-level, and struggling — to persist through challenge, and progress toward proficiency with confidence and with a motivating sense of empowerment.
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