4 common blended-learning models

12/23/2013 | District Administration magazine online

School districts nationwide are integrating blended learning into the classroom, often using one of four key methods. The rotation model -- the most common method -- involves students in one or two classes rotating between online and in-person instruction. Some schools also have adopted the flex model, which integrates blended instruction into every course. Other models include the a la carte model, which allows students to take individual courses online; and the enriched-virtual model, similar to the flex model, but students do not go to the school building every day.

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