Reflection: Lesson Planning An Introduction to Blended Learning - Section 5: Incorporating and Evaluating Web 2.0 Tools


As you work to integrate technology into your daily lessons, please make sure that you are not creating a "new you" only a better version of "you".  There is no need to recreate the wheel, but slowly integrate a lesson a unit that utilizes technology to advance student learning.  Don't get intimidated by the bells and whistles other teachers are using, but stay true to yourself and do what makes sense for your students.  Not all of us have access to the technology that we desire so work with what you have and make technology work for you as you strive to create a "better you"!

  Don't Create A New You, Just A Better You!
  Lesson Planning: Don't Create A New You, Just A Better You!
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An Introduction to Blended Learning

Unit 8: Implementation of Technology and NGSS
Lesson 1 of 3

Objective: Teachers WBAT create an action plan to implement blended learning strategies into their daily classroom instruction.

Big Idea: No need to be afraid of technology! Blended learning models encourage teachers to take small steps to enhance their classroom and curriculum to incorporate more technology to improve student learning!

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