Blended Learning

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    Why Blended Learning?

    Why Blended Learning? Check out these videos, featuring Texas educators and school leaders talking about the power of blended learning in their own words.

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    Voices from the Field: All Students Have Strengths

    Learn why a special education teacher in El Paso calls blended learning transformational for her students.

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    The Student Voice – Students across Texas describe the blended learning experience in their own words

    Students across Texas describe the blended learning experience in their own words.

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    Q&A: A Campus Leader On Mindset Shifts and the Impact of Blended Learning on Students

    Principal Roy Moore describes blended and personalized learning as a “movement,” and says it has reignited his passion as an educator.

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    Voices from the Field: Finding Renewed Purpose from Personalization

    Students, teachers, and school leaders at Shannon High School in Birdville ISDopen up about finding a renewed sense of purpose and success after transitioning to a personalized approach.

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    Finance and Innovation: RBL Year 1 Cohort – Level Analysis

    As school districts, charter school networks, and even single schools adopt new, innovative academic models, it’s important that leadership teams develop thoughtful plans to ensure that the initiative is implemented in a financially and operationally sustainable way.

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    Working Together: Supporting Grant Applicant Teams through the Application Process

    Why host a finance workshop early in the school design process? In 2016, Afton facilitated over 30 workshops with school teams that were in the process of building business plans to support blended learning at their district or network.

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    Finance and Innovation: The Role of Finance in the Early Stages of Academic Innovation

    A common misconception many school teams have in the early stages of developing innovative school models is their pilot is too small or the timing is too early to contemplate financial sustainability. However, this is exactly the time for school teams to begin considering how the model can be sustained in the long-term.

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    Texas Tech on the Forefront of Preparing Teachers in Blended Learning

    Two significant findings support the changes TTU is making both to preservice and inservice learning, and in the development of new graduate level offerings to better prepare teachers for Blended Learning/Personalized Learning classrooms and schools.   

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    Public School Finance Commission Hears from Experts on Blended Learning

    Recently, Amy Dodson, Blended Learning Director in the 940-student Cisco ISD, and Dr. Karen Hickman, Deputy Superintendent of the 55,000-student Pasadena ISD, shared with the Texas Commission on Public School Finance their districts’ experiences piloting blended learning.

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