Blended Learning PD at CIE
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by Antonia KSUiTEACH
| 15 Questions
1
1 pt
Which statement does NOT describe blended learning?
A Providing engaging and interactive content
B Giving every student a device
C Personalizing learning for each student
D Rethinking how "school" looks with technology
2
1 pt
Which statement DOES describe blended learning?
A Layering technology on top of existing systems
B Using technology to hand out assignments
C Giving students some control over the time, place, path or pace of their learning
D Recording lectures for students to watch
3
1 pt
Students use iPads to answer a question the teacher poses in class.
A Technology-rich
B Blended
C
D
4
1 pt
For homework, students watch a lecture on the JFK assassination. In class, students simulate the Lee Harvey Oswald trial.
A Technology-rich
B Blended
C
D
5
1 pt
A teacher projects her lesson on a whiteboard or TV and labels the parts of a cell while students take notes on a Chromebook.
A Technology-rich
B Blended
C
D
6
1 pt
Students practice math online using teacher-made tutorials and Khan Academy. They meet with their teacher in small groups when they need re-teaching or have questions.
A Technology-rich
B Blended
C
D
7
1 pt
What are the 3 Ps and D of Blended Learning?
A Personalized, Path, Practice, Data
B Path, Place, Practice, Differentiated
C Practice, Personalized, Pace, Differentiated
D Path, Place, Pace, and Data
8
1 pt
Includes small group direct instruction, individual learning, modeled/independent learning, collaborative learning
A Individual rotation
B Station rotation
C Lab rotation
D Disruptive model
9
1 pt
What is blended learning?
A Teacher lecture, worksheets, computer work
B Distance (on-line) learning and formative assessments
C Integrated technology and personalized learning using data
D Teacher directed and summative assessments
10
1 pt
This model relies heavily on online instructional delivery, with teachers acting as facilitators rather than as primary deliverers of instruction.
A Lab rotation
B A La Carte model
C Flex model
D Station rotation
11
1 pt
A lesson that can be done inside or outside of the classroom using online resources is called...
A Blended Lesson
B Flipped Lesson
C Direct
D Interactive Instruction
12
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT one of the results of blended learning from a student perspective?
A Teacher being in control of student learning
B Real-time feedback
C Students control speed of learning
D Engaged by online material
13
1 pt
Blended Learning is used to overcome specific difficulties in teaching such as need for classroom time.
True
False
14
1 pt
Which of the following are teacher identified benefits of blended learning?
A Easier to plan for differentiated instruction
B Students are more engaged
C Classroom management is improved
D All of the above
15
1 pt
The six main models of blended learning are:
A teacher-led, student-led, group-led, principal-led, independent, dependent
B flex, rotation, a-la-cart, online lab, face-to-face, self-blend
C rotation, trunkation, online, flex
D flex, stretch, open, closed, in, out
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