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Emily Schmidt & Martha Smith
NCTIES, March 2015
Who Are We?
❖ What is Blended Learning?
❖ What does it look like?
❖ Our Experiences with Blended
❖ How to Get Started
❖ Blended Learning Tools
What is Blended Learning?
• Blended learning is a hybrid way of learning
• Combines small group instruction with the
teacher and personalized instruction on a
• Uses adaptive technology
• Blended learning allows students to control the pace and content of
their own instruction.
• Blended Learning is NOT Technology Integration.
Blended learning combines traditional direct
instruction from the teacher and instruction and
practice on a computer/tablet
“Technology is not a
teacher - even with the best
software, the technology is
not the professional in the
-Talbot Bielefeldt, ISTE Senior Research Associate
What does an elementary
level blended learning
classroom look like?
Elementary Blended Learning Classroom
❖ There are several models of blended learning.
❖ In our classes, we use a station-rotation model.
❖ If you are already
teaching using the
you are only a step
away from creating a
Instruction with a
Students still receive direct
instruction from a teacher or
Here are just a few things
that we’ve learned along
Student Experience with Technology
Keep in mind what
technology students have
access to home. Not every
student will have access to
a computer, tablet, and/or
smartphone at home.
Assign each student a
Technology Contract -
Have students and parents
sing a technology contract
that outlines your
Add headphones to your back to
school supply list or ask your
PTO to purchase some for the
Teach students how to take them
out of the computers.
K-2 students usually don’t like
Computers versus Tablets
If you have a choice
between computers and
tablets, ask yourself:
What is my purpose for
using the technology?
Compatibility of Programs
Test the programs you’d
like to use on your device
before giving assignments
First Steps to Building Your
Own Blended Classroom
What Our Students Think
“We use technology everyday. If it’s
iPads, computers, or the
SMARTBoard, it counts. I like this
school because the teachers tell us
to never give up and do what’s right
-Samay, 2nd Grade Student
“The best thing that I like about
Coltrane-Webb is that we get to use
lots of technology. On the
computers, we use websites like
Dreambox and Sumdog for math,
RAZ-Kids for reading and Pebble-Go
in Science and Social Studies.”
~Tealy, 2nd Grade Student
“We are a lucky school to have all of this
~Ben, 2nd Grade Student
“In my class, we use Dreambox.
Dreambox is for math. I like it because
you’re learning, but you’re having fun and
if you get stuck, they help you out.”
~Amelia, 2nd Grade Student
We use technology to teach us math and
reading and typing and lots more. We
use the laptops and iPads each and
every day. The students learn a lot at
~Charlotte, 2nd Grade Student