At The Moriah School in Englewood, New Jersey, a sixth grade math teacher is taking on the task of blending her math curriculum. Each week, a couple of the sixth grade teachers, the middle school blended learning coach, the Innovation Director, and myself meet online to talk about ways to start to blend the classroom environment.
Just this past week, the blended learning coach went into the math classroom and took pictures of the progress the teacher is making. The pictures below, show how the teacher set up rotating stations. The students are engaged, working at their own pace, and practicing specific math skills through digital content.
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Classroom view from the door. Students working in small groups based on the data the teacher collected from the exit ticket the day before class.
Math teacher is working with a small group of students in the front of the classroom to reteach the skills from the day before.
Students working at the digital stations to work on math concepts through the TenMarks program. Students work out the problems on an extra piece of paper.
Students are working in a large group to create circle graphs based on the data that was collected from online resources.
Day 8 of the 3rd Grade Blended learning Classroom Environment
Creating Pace, Place, and Path within the Blended learning Classroom
Classroom Design for the Blended learning Classroom