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Learning Modes

Blended and personalized classrooms employ different modes of in-person learning. These can include:

  • Direct instruction, where a skill-set or concept is explicitly taught using lectures or demonstrations;
  • Peer-to-peer learning, where students work collaboratively;
  • Small-group instruction, where a teacher divides the class to focus on instruction or coaching with a subset of students;
  • One-to-one tutoring, where a teacher provides one student with direct support and coaching; and
  • Individual practice and/or reflection, where a student works alone but in close proximity to peers and teachers so they can ask for help or engage others as needed or desired.

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Additional Support for Teachers

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Daily Large Group Instruction

Learning Facilitators provide daily whole group instruction for introduction of...

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Self- and Peer-Grading

Students must grade their own work, and have a partner grade their work, before...

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Direct Instruction for Academic Content and Non-Cognitive Skills

Teachers use whole-group instruction to address skills needed for all students.

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Heterogeneous Teams

Students are assigned to heterogeneous teams for competitions and support.

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Academic Numeracy Specialist Role

The Navigate Math role requires comfort with blended learning as well as deep...

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Additional Support for Teachers

Pleasant View teachers get support from the school instructional staff and...

Photo closeup of teacher with open laptop speaking to students in classroom
Daily Large Group Instruction

Learning Facilitators provide daily whole group instruction for introduction of...

Photo of two students working together in front of laptop
Self- and Peer-Grading

Students must grade their own work, and have a partner grade their work, before...

Photo of student and teacher working together seated at a table in front of a laptop
Direct Instruction for Academic Content and Non-Cognitive Skills

Teachers use whole-group instruction to address skills needed for all students.

Photo of teacher working with small group of students around a table
Heterogeneous Teams

Students are assigned to heterogeneous teams for competitions and support.

Photo of teacher and student high-fiving
Academic Numeracy Specialist Role

The Navigate Math role requires comfort with blended learning as well as deep...