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Instruction modeling, developing and implementing blended learning programs, George A. Khachatryan

Summary
'Blended learning' is an educational approach that combines online and face-to-face components in the classroom, and it is becoming popular in American schools. But the quality of these programs is inconsistent; some are based on scientific findings on how children learn, while others lack such support. In fact, very little reliable information is currently available on how to create, use, and measure the results of blended learning programs. This book is both a practical guide to developing and implementing blended learning programs and a first-hand account of the creation of one such program, Reasoning Mind
Table Of Contents
Identifying good instruction...do we know anything? -- Good instruction in mathematics -- Instruction modeling: replicating the practices of expert teachers -- The role of learning science in instruction modeling -- The role of learning science in instruction modeling -- Implementation: when the rubber hits the road -- The case for instruction modeling -- A comparison with other approaches -- How to conduct instruction modeling -- The future of instruction modeling
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (280 pages).
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780190910716

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