Resources for Exploring Blended Learning
Michael Horn's proposed blended models are commonly referred to in other articles.
6 (original) MODELS (Michael B. Horn): http://dreambox.com/blog/6-models-blended-learning
An updated post on models by Micheal B. Horn and Heather Staker: https://blendedlearning.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/1-Models-of-Blended-Learning.pdf
I like these 7 models defined on this page from BlendedLearning.org: https://blendedlearning.org/basics/
I also like this piece from BlendedLearning.org re: What Blended Learning Is – And Isn’t: https://blendedlearning.org/what-blended-learning-is-and-isnt/
Making Blended Work
A few articles exploring tips and techniques for successful incorporation of blended learning in your teaching practice.
Making Blended Learning Work In Your Classroom
27 Tips To Set Up Your Blended Learning Classroom
Meta Analysis Studies Examining the Efficacy of Blended Learning
Commonly cited 2010 DOE Meta Analysis:
ERIC overview of above meta analysis: https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED505824
… and another (this one from 2018):
Exploring Flipped Learning
Flipped learning (a.k.a. the flipped classroom) is a form of blended learning. The Flipped Learning Network is the original non-profit online community for educators utilizing or interested in learning more about the flipped classroom and flipped learning practices*. They offer a wealth of resources, including:
- Blog posts covering tips, tools, techniques, and much more! https://flippedlearning.org/
- The “Ask the FLN” podcast: http://podcasts.flippedlearning.org/askthefln/
- FlipTech conferences (we help the inaugural conference at the end of June and are working to plan 1 or 2 additional conferences in 2019): https://fliptech.flippedlearning.org/
- A seasonal Digital Newsletter, Flipped Learning TODAY: https://flt.flippedlearning.org/
- We are also on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Slack!
Definition of Flipped Learning: https://flippedlearning.org/definition-of-flipped-learning/
*'Disclaimer': I am the Community Manager for the FLN