In-person, face-to-face learning is a crucial component of blended and personalized learning.
Educators can structure in-person time flexibly and creatively to maximize the amount of individual and/or small-group attention students receive as well as allow them to work at their own pace and on differentiated content and tasks, alone and together.
In this topic, explore 35 ways in which in-person learning strategies are implemented, including:
- Teacher Roles and Responsibilities
- Ratios of Staff to Students
- Learning Modes
- Student Grouping