Show Blended Learning in a Lesson Plan

I loved writing out a good lesson plan. And I was always disappointed when an administrator didn’t look in my plan book for the lesson plan. There was some art (and a few arrows) there – and my boss missed it.

Teachers who embrace blended learning struggle with how to represent that blended learning to administrators less fluent in blended learning. How could your lesson plan make it clearer to your administrator the totality of the learning in your classroom?

First, let’s differentiate between adding technology to a lesson and actually writing a blended learning lesson plan. 

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