Blended Learning Resources

Utilize Edgenuity’s blended learning resources to understand how blended learning works, how to implement it successfully and effectively to drive student success, and how the teacher fits into the blended learning classroom.

Blended Learning Resources

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What is Blended Learning?

Educators are working harder than ever to tackle some of the most pressing issues that have ever faced our students—higher standards, a fast-paced world, and constant advancements in technology. As part of their new and challenging work, teachers nationwide are embracing blended learning, which combines face-to-face instruction, innovative technology, and real-time data to increase personalization, engagement, and mastery of essential skills.

Blended learning integrates online content and instruction with traditional classroom teaching and experiences for the best of both worlds. As with any shift in instruction, your leadership team should undergo thoughtful analysis and planning to determine how to best meet the needs of your students and empower teachers to thrive as their role in the classroom evolves. These blended learning resources can help start the conversation toward building an effective blended learning program.

How Does Blended Learning Work?

In a student-centered blended learning environment, students learn partially in a brick-and-mortar classroom setting and partially online, with some element of control over:

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Time

Students can learn online based on their schedule, with 24/7 classroom access.

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Place

Students can access their classroom in any location where Internet is available.

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Path

Educators can personalize learning to meet each student’s unique needs.

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Pace

Each student can learn at a pace that’s best for his or her own academic goals.

Learn more about the three key attributes of the blended learning instructional model

Five Keys to a Successful Blended Learning Program

Blended learning offers students an innovative educational experience, with online content that empowers students to learn at their own pace, and lessons that help them develop the skills they need to be college and career ready.



Blended Learning Resources

Interested in implementing blended learning at your school?

These blended learning resources will help you create an implementation plan that meets your school’s or district’s goals and boosts student success:

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Building Capacity for Blended Learning


Researchers have identified five critical components that contribute to the successful implementation of blended learning programs: collaborative leadership, culture, classroom practice, professional development, and infrastructure.

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The Role of the Teacher in a Blended Learning Classroom


When combined with strong, skilled teachers, educational technology makes for a classroom where teachers are able to build powerful relationships and direct their attention where students need them most. These 10 steps can help you get started.

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Online + Blended Learning Planning Workbook


This workbook helps facilitate discussions within your district leadership to create an online or blended learning implementation plan that best meets your academic goals, maximizes your investment, and improves student learning.

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6 Ways to Get Started with Blended Learning


“Where do I begin?” Consider these six factors when getting started with blended learning: goals, student needs, professional development, facilities, tech, and curriculum.

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Blended Learning Questions: Your Top 5 Concerns Addressed


Getting teacher buy-in, finding funding, and setting up your infrastructure are all major steps to consider before you begin designing your blended learning implementation.

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4 Ways to Engage Students in a Blended Learning Classroom


Blended learning incorporates the best aspects of online and face-to-face instruction into one classroom. Here are four ways to help students stay engaged in learning.

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Explore Our Blended Learning Solutions

Edgenuity offers flexible online courses and curriculum for students in grades K–12. Our Teacher Powered Technology, core curriculum, credit recovery courses, intervention, and supplemental instruction can be used in blended or fully online learning implementations to ensure students and teachers have access to engaging resources that propel success and meet students’ diverse learning needs.

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Online Courses, 6–12

Edgenuity Courseware offers a full suite of over 300 standards-aligned, customizable courses for initial credit or concept and credit recovery.

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Standards Mastery, 6–8

UpSmart® provides personalized standards mastery designed to help students demonstrate achievement of grade-level skills.

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Intervention, K–12

Pathblazer® and MyPath provide students with personalized, age-appropriate intervention in math and reading.

Blended Learning in Action

Blended Learning in Action

Schools and districts across the country use blended learning to get real results.


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