This fall, some school buildings may be open again, but things won’t be back to normal. In all likelihood, students will have to come to campuses part-time in shifts, which creates a whole host of challenges for schools as they strive to offer comprehensive educational opportunities.
Designing a new choreography for schooling may seem like a huge undertaking, but it’s not a new one. For the better part of a decade, many schools have been implementing blended learning models that integrate online learning with brick-and-mortar instruction to rethink time, space and staffing.
Blended learning comes in a number of varieties, but across the various models, blended learning prompts educators to consider the following questions: