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Beginners Guide to Blended Learning (Relay GSE course BL-101)

This course will teach you about blended and personalized learning as a whole, and show you how to stretch your thinking and try something new. You’ll learn the how and why of “blended” and how blended/personalized learning is changing the face of teaching and learning. You’ll leave this course with four blended “recipes” you can implement in your classroom immediately.

In this course, participants will:

  • Explain how blended learning can be used to support student achievement through differentiated instruction, personalizing curriculum, and/or engaging students in their own learning.
  • Describe key mindsets needed to be successful in a blended classroom.
  • Reflect on their practices in order to identify one instructional challenge that can be supported through blended learning.
  • Design and implement one blended lesson using one of the identified blended/personalized models.


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Student Support Network of Advocate Counselors

Advocate counselors provide social support to students throughout the day. Each class (or Arena) is staffed with a counselor.

Collaboration between Teachers and Advocate Counselors

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