In May of 2012, Medina High School was awarded an eTech Blended Learning Grant to implement a blended learning program. For our program we have chosen to use a rotational style of blended learning. At the start of the 2012-2013 school year we are offering 3 blended learning classes: Local & American History, Rhetoric & Composition, and Advanced Quantitative Analysis & Mathematical Modeling. These three classes were designed from the ground up from an amazing team of three teachers who are dedicated to making the best learning experience for their students. This blog is designed to chronicle our experience as we grow and learn from our blended learning journey. Each week, the blog author will change and you will have the opportunity to hear a variety of perspectives, joys, and frustrations.
Meet your blog authors:
Shannon Conley - Social Studies Teacher
Christina Hamman - Mathematics Teacher
Stacy Hawthorne - Technology Integration Coordinator
Stephani Itibrout - Language Arts Teacher
We encourage you to respond to our blog and share your perspective and constructive ideas. Please feel free to share our blog with others so that we can all grow from this unique experience. We hope that one day soon that blended learning will be the norm and this blog will be viewed with a nostalgic grin.