Blended Learning Book Study

Getting Started with Blended Learning
by William Kist

Do you want to incorporate purposeful and effective online learning into your classes but aren’t sure where to begin? Here’s the perfect introductory guide to planning a hybrid class for grades 4–12. Author and educator William Kist enthusiastically advocates for blended learning as he explains how to

  • Navigate the technical details of Internet access and learning management systems.
  • Decide which learning experiences are best delivered online and which should be saved for face-to-face instruction.
  • Organize your online space for maximum effectiveness, respond to your students, and structure online discussions that are most beneficial for students.
  • Evaluate the design of your blended instruction, and refine it for the next class.

No matter what subject you teach, Getting Started with Blended Learning can help you develop the skills and confidence to introduce students to this engaging way of learning.

Tiffany Kelley will lead a study of Blended Learning and work with teachers to implement this practice. Appropriate for grades 4 through high school, the group will meet at Munford High School from 3:30 – 4:30 on the following dates. 

Meetings Dates

September 21
October 4
October 18
November 1
November 15
November 29
December 13
January 10
January 24
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