Innovation, Rigor and Blended Learning
Blended Learning with Station Rotations
Combining formative assessment, technology, and differentiated instruction
Blended Learning is a formal educational program adopted by the Drexel School System. Students within a classroom rotate through stations that include differentiated small group instruction, collaborative or independent practice and directed or online activities. Teachers use tools and practices to make the students’ learning experience more flexible, personalized, and lasting. This model affords teachers and students with targeted teaching and learning opportunities, while simultaneously providing multiple data points to help inform instructional practice
Ready to learn more? Please view a fun, PowToon video below explaining the HOW and WHY of Blended Learning with Station Rotation in the Drexel School System.
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