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MIE | Teach forward: Best strategies for hybrid, remote, and blended learning

Are you wondering how to take the best of the tools and techniques from pandemic learning and create sustainable practices that increase student engagement and instructional personalization? Blended learning is not a new concept, but it is an instructional innovation that we are now uniquely positioned to adopt in our classrooms across the board in ways we may have previously found impractical. The influx of new technologies and incredible capacity for innovation that has been honed is ripe for transition into a classroom with the intentional flexibility of blended learning. Blended learning combines the best of whole-group instruction, independent learning, small group work, and assessment aided by authentic technology integration. This 1-hour course walks you through the arc of blended learning models and offers specific technology tool examples to inspire your own plans.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:

  • Identify multiple models of blended learning and how they support student learning.  
  • Determine which technology tools best match the learning goals for different parts of the blended learning model. 
  • Develop a plan for reflection, assessment, and refining your blended learning model. 

For the best experience, please ensure that you are signed in with your Microsoft Education Center Login to get credit for this training. To do this, go to the website https://education.microsoft.com/en-us and sign in.  You will receive an email confirmation containing a Microsoft Teams link to join the workshop. Please check your spam folder as the confirmation email may end up there.   Do you know, students always get 10% off at Microsoft Store? See full terms at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/b/education.

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