This framework provides a set of competencies essential for teachers to succeed in teaching in a blended classroom. It is a great resource for developing professional development for teachers new to blended learning, it could be used to develop an evaluation tool, or in drafting job descriptions for new teachers in your school or district.
This is another blended learning implementation guide. I like that it provides additional elements and questions to think about compared to the other implementation guide in this collection. Between the two, I think every question you should be thinking about to get started with implementation are provided in the two guides.
This report provides a roadmap for implementing blended learning at the school level. The 3 authors spent a few years in 8 NYC schools observing and interviewing a variety of teachers, students and administrators who have implemented blended learning in a variety of ways. Several resources are provided as well as questions, a timeline, and rubric to help you implement blended learning in your school.
This report describes what blended learning is and provides an overview of how it has evolved over the last 7 years. I like that it provides examples of schools who have implemented it in a variety of ways.
This is a follow up to the book, Disrupting Class. This book provides more of a guide to implement blended learning, where Disrupting Class describes the theory behind blended learning. It provides real world examples based on the research of the Christensen Institute and the schools they have worked with.
This video provides and overview of what blended learning is. I like that you get to hear from students, parents, teachers, and principals. It is a helpful start to understanding what blended learning is and it's potential for transforming education.