Blended Learning Definition


Blended Learning is an approach that combines face-to-face instruction and online learning.


Two key features of Blended Learning are:

1.  Students have “some element of…control over time, place, path, and/or pace”, and

2.  All components of the lesson are joined in “an integrated learning experience”.

                                                                                         Christensen, Horn, & Staker, 2013


Blended Learning Models






Blended Learning Resources

Rotation Model

Flex Model

A La Carte Model

Enriched Virtual

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 by Deborah Nagler, MAJE, EMDTMS

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Tools for Blended Learning



Learning Management System





Personalized Learning

Adaptive Learning

Interactive Websites

Data Collection


Integrated Learning Experience

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