Free, tested, ready-to-use resources to help enhance your classroom instruction and achieve exceptional outcomes with your students.
Why use Blended Learning
With blended learning, I am able to work with a smaller number of students at a time. This makes it easier for me to give each student individual attention and focus on their unique needs.
Teacher from Los Angeles
We have seen so much growth in our students. Blended learning and the use of data has become an integral part of our school for both our teachers and students.
Principal from Philadelphia
Because of blended learning, students who were generally not interested in school or motivated to learn in the past are suddenly excited and ready for a new academic adventure everyday.
Teacher from Cincinnati
94% of partner schools improved student proficiency with the help of blended learning.
Enrollment increased by over 500+ students across Seton Blended Learning partner schools.
100% of Seton partner school principals are happy with their decision to use blended learning.
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What is Blended Learning?
- Online learning where students have some control over path and pace
- Teacher led instruction in a brick-and-mortar location
- The interaction between student’s online learning path and direct in person instruction
What truly brings blended learning to life is this third part of the model–the connection and interaction between students’ online learning paths and students’ in person instruction. This would look like teachers using the data they receive from students’ online instruction to differentiate teacher led instruction and– conversely– using data from teacher led instruction to inform students’ online learning content.
Why utilize a blended learning model? Blended learning can provide an academically strong education that meets students’ unique needs and create equitable opportunities for them to reach their potential. In a thriving blended learning model there is consistent small group instruction where teachers are more easily able to differentiate to meet student needs. Students also engage in meaningful online content that helps them fill in gaps and receive enrichment. Teachers and students both receive improved data from online content and teacher led instruction. Blended learning is an excellent tool that meets students where they are and can support a strong academic program–which is something that all children deserve.
How Do I Use This Site?
Regardless of where you are in your blended learning journey, this site is full of resources to help you! Teachers, administrators, and education leaders looking for support on starting blended learning or advancing an existing blended learning program will find helpful tools, guides, and advice on each page. Many of our resources may be helpful for those looking for support on data-driving instruction, teaching in small groups, or administering NWEA MAP testing.
There is no wrong place to start! We encourage you to jump right in and click around! For an idea on where to start, check out our suggestions below:
If you’re a teacher…
looking to start blended learning in your classroom, we suggest that you get started in the Routines, Systems, and Procedures page. Here you’ll find support on setting up your blended learning classroom, information about how to move students between stations, and guidance on how to set students up for success. These things are the foundation of every blended learning classroom. Starting here will set you up to use the resources found on other pages!
looking to share progress with students and families and build excited, self-motivated students, we suggest you check out the Investment pages first. Here you’ll find resources for investing students in their progress, communicating with parents and fostering a growth mindset in your classroom.
looking for support in small group, online instruction or using data in your classroom, we suggest you start with on the Instruction page. Here you’ll find resources to support small group learning, online content usage and data analysis.
looking for support on the NWEA MAP test, we suggest you get started in the NWEA MAP section. Here you’ll find details about the NWEA MAP test, helpful guides for the key reports, and suggestions on how to make the data actionable in your classroom. Starting here will set you up to collect and use accurate data from NWEA MAP.
If you’re an administrator or education leader…
looking for how to run blended learning throughout the school, we suggest school administrators and other education leaders check out the Admin Resources page first! This page will provide a general blended learning timeline, resources for training and coaching teachers, and guidance on measuring success of blended learning.
looking to determine how teachers can use blended learning effectively, we suggest you start with the Instruction page. You’ll find information about incorporating small group instruction, using digital content providers, and support analyzing data.
looking for support using the NWEA MAP test, we suggest you get started in the NWEA MAP section. Here you’ll find details about the NWEA MAP test, helpful guides for the key reports, and suggestions on what to do to support teachers and students. Starting here will set you up to collect and use accurate data from NWEA MAP.