Blended, Personalized & Universal Design for Learning
ESU 10 T&L staff believes that blended learning is a combination of differentiation, formative assessment, direct and guided instruction, digital resources, engagement, classroom management and the 4 C’s of 21st century learning. All of these components ultimately enhance your school’s instructional model.
What is Blended Learning all about?
Hear directly from those implementing it in their classrooms. Video highlights from Broken Bow teachers.
Digital Age Pedagogy Project
Sponsored by Nebraska Educational Service Units (ESUs) and Nebraska Department of Education (NDE).
The purpose of the Digital Age Skills module is to promote deeper-level learning through technology-enhanced student projects demonstrating acquisition of both Content Area Standards and Digital Age Skills (as defined by the 2016 ISTE Standards for Students).
Digital Age Pedagogy is a combination of best practices associated with Instructional Models (e.g., Marzano Unit Segments) enhanced with BlendEd learning instructional practices (e.g., Effective Differentiation during Direct Instruction) and the promotion of Digital Age Skills (e.g., Empowering Learners).
Blended Learning Team
Primary Support: Peg Coover | Jason Everett
Secondary Support: Denise O'Brien | Dianah Steinbrink | Sarah Essay