Tuesday, October 27
10:15 AM-11:15 AM
Room 3

Using Blended Teaching to Overcome Common Problems of Practice Across K-12 Contexts: Exploring K-12 Teachers’ Experiences with Blended Teaching

Birds of a Feather ID: 58142
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    Cecil R Short
    Brigham Young University
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    Karen Arnesen
    Brigham Young University
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    Courtney Hanny
    Brigham Young University
  4. Michelle Jensen
    Brigham Young University
  5. Jered Borup
    George Mason University
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    Charles Graham
    Brigham Young University

Abstract: This session provides an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to share their experiences with blended teaching across K-12 contexts to help each other uncover and understand examples of implementation and best practices to share with other teachers, as well as the rationale for incorporating such practices into the classroom. Session facilitators will support these practice-oriented conversations by sharing our preliminary findings from interviews with over 60 K-12 blended teachers, who teach across various grade levels and subject areas; by introducing our problem of practice framework, consisting of 5 problem of practice categories; and sharing progress on creating an openly licensed book that helps teachers to understand applications of blended teaching within specific grade level and subject area domains.

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