In order for teachers to plan and students to thrive, schools need an instructional model that works as well at home as it does in school. In March 2020, when schools closed, it became evident that teachers and students who were implementing my student-focused instructional framework — The Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom — were able to easily shift their engagement from the “brick-and-mortar” classroom to the remote classroom. While that framework served schools well, it was originally designed for in-school learning. Consequently, I redesigned the framework to serve schools that would be dealing with remote or hybrid attendance. Realizing, too, that not all educators are ready to embrace the very student-focused paradigms of that framework, I developed a set of increasingly complex models for Hybrid Learning Environments: Learning Anywhere, Anytime (a book is on the way!).
Whether classes are remote, in school, or a mix of both, in a Hybrid Learning Environment, teachers develop structures and strategies that will work as well at home as they do in school.
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