Recently, I was asked by a school district to showcase how to engage students from bell to bell in a blended learning environment. I generated a quick presentation of what a 50 minute class period would look like from the viewpoint of the students and the viewpoint of the teacher. The five-minute video will quickly explain entrance tickets, learning studios, and exit tickets that can be used in any classroom setting.
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Independent Learning Studio
Digital Content Learning Studio
Future Ready Learning Studio
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10/4/2019 09:04:03 am
Awesome Post! Some things were clarified for me.
Kay E Pechacek
10/18/2019 07:19:28 am
Great to know that teachers can record themselves for the digital content studio.
3/31/2021 05:30:32 am
Teachers always say they never have enough time to teach, but with blended learning teachers and students can be on task, learning, from bell to bell! I love how each studio has its own purpose and engages the student's brain differently!
7/8/2021 12:01:25 pm
This was a super clear video for me and something I think our new teachers would LOVE to see during BL PD. I could pull some easy graphics and nuggets from this video and blog post.
7/11/2021 03:15:58 pm
The graphics and explanation are an easy way of seeing how bell to bell can and will work in the classroom.
7/15/2021 01:37:50 pm
The chart and specific details of how students can benefit from bell to bell instruction is so self explanatory. I know all educators will find this very beneficial for student engagement and meeting the different stages of learning modalities.
7/16/2021 10:35:22 am
The teacher vs student point of view breakdown provided a clear explanation of how to engage from bell to bell. From an admin perspective this gave me insight of what I should be seeing during an evaluation.
12/31/2021 05:15:55 pm
Blended learning means that students are engaged in learning for 50 minutes. A teacher talking AT kids for 50 minutes doesn't work for anyone. Building in time at the beginning and end of the block is realistic because there is always "stuff" that teachers have to do. Keeping track of student questions that can be addressed during the ML is efficient. I think it's good to think about what BL looks like and feels like from the perspective of a teacher and student.
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Marcia Kish - Blended and Personalized Learning coach that designed the Three Phases of Blended Learning