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Creating a Classroom Environment that Supports Blended Learning: A Deeper Dive

December 5, 2022
5:00 - 6:00 PM EST
(Full Access Required)
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This is session one of three for the series titled “Setting the Stage for Blended Learning”

NOTE: While we recommend that you attend all sessions of the workshop series to meet the learning objectives, each workshop can be attended as a standalone. Full members will also have access to view the recordings on-demand and earn up to three continuing education credits.

Workshop Description:
Establishing blended learning takes intentional planning and shifts in the classroom culture and environment. In this workshop, you will examine ways to transform the learning environment to support blended learning. Dr. Jayme Linton will share tips for designing flexible learning spaces, building a student-centered culture, and establishing procedures and routines to support blended learning. Join us to learn how to create a classroom culture and environment that supports blended learning.

Learning Objectives:
  • Define blended learning.

  • Identify elements of flexible learning spaces that support blended learning.

  • Establish procedures and routines that support blended learning.

  • Special Technology Instructions: Participants will need access to an internet device and a non-school, personal Google account. SimpleK12’s Google Classroom will be utilized for the interactive and hands-on components of this workshop.

    Assessment: Participants will complete an exit ticket to demonstrate their understanding of the workshop objectives and reflect on their learning.


    Status: Available for Registration
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Date & Time: Monday, December 5, 2022 @ 5:00 PM EST
    Duration: 1 hour
    Credit Hours: 1
    Categories: Blended Learning
    Tags: Blended Learning, Classroom Management, Differentiation & Personalization, Instructional Strategies, Student Engagement