Blended learning classrooms employ different structural models to integrate in-person and online learning components. The Christensen Institute has developed a taxonomy to describe these models.
Blended and personalized classrooms often use time more flexibly, using non-traditional schedules to allow students to work at their own pace, alone, with peers, or in smaller groups.
In blended and personalized classrooms, educators use space (physical and digital) flexibly, adapting spaces to learning tasks and needs.
In blended and personalized learning, students often access resources and complete learning work outside of traditional school boundaries and time.