How to implement project-based learning in a blended model: 6 best practices for student success
What does it take to implement a high-quality, teacher-driven, student-focused, project-based blended classroom?
Learn how Method Schools implemented a blended learning model and why a blended learning classroom is a highly flexible model for success for teachers and students—and how your program can be highly individualized, preparing students for both on-line and future college level courses.
We’ll review these 6 best practices for student success:
1. Initial assessment of students
2. Collecting student performance data
3. Oral assessments
4. FDI sessions
5. Project-based learning
6. Student-teacher interactions
Meet Your Speakers
Co-Founder & CEO
Method Schools, Murrieta, CA
Jessica has a track record of building schools that are forward-thinking, high-performing, and often unconventional. She is particularly experienced at building online and blended learning charter schools, and has a passion for improving K-12 education through new and innovative models and concepts. Jessica holds a BA in English, an MA in Educational Leadership, and is a PhD candidate from New Mexico State University.
Over the course of her career, Molly has held a variety of roles that have allowed her to shape education. She has been a classroom high school teacher, online instructor, AP coordinator, district-level curriculum specialist, online content developer, and an educational consultant in the digital space. Most recently, she has enjoyed the privilege of helping individual schools and districts shape policy and implement blended and online programs. Molly holds both a graduate and bachelor degree in Literature and additional ESOL certifications.