Blended Learning and Differentiated Instruction
Issued by Concordia University
Develops learning experiences that leverage models of blended learning to meet the needs of diverse learners [0.5]Additional Details
A lesson plan for use in a blended learning classroom that includes the following: title; identification and brief description of the lesson’s primary topic or focus, identification and brief description of the larger unit of study; identification and brief description of the course/subject and grade-level; learning goals and outcomes; learning and/or performance objectives; identification of any related state, common core, or other applicable standards.
The lesson plan also includes: a description of content; description of activities; any related documents or materials (handouts, quizzes, etc.); identification and description of the blended model(s) used for this lesson; description of the face-to-face and virtual environments, with identification of the specific activities to be completed in each environment.
The lesson plan includes: a description of 2+ accommodations (for each category) designed to meet the needs of learners who may benefit from: remedial assistance; customized materials; alternative options for demonstrating mastery; additional time or practice; extension materials; assistance gaining/maintaining interest and/or focus on subject matter; materials/resources that align with the specific culture or faith beliefs for students who represent a minority population within a classroom.
One or more of the following: an infographic, video, or presentation that serves as a summary and reflection of an interview with an educator or professional regarding how blended learning could be used for differentiated instruction; an infographic, video, or presentation demonstrating the 5-6 best ways teachers can use blended learning to differentiate instruction.
(cont. from above) An infographic or outline identifying at least 6 accommodations or design decisions that a specific classroom could include in a blended learning environment to meet the unique needs and interests of its students; a one-two page reflection stating how blended learning could be used for differentiated instruction; a one-two page summary and reflection of your interview with an educator or professional regarding how blended learning could be used for differentiated instruction.