Tuesday, March 27
10:15-10:45 AM
Edison E

Blended Teaching Readiness: Instrument Development

Full Paper ID: 51994
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    Charles R. Graham
    Brigham Young University
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    Jered Borup
    George Mason University
  3. Emily Pulham
    Brigham Young University
  4. Ross Larsen
    Brigham Young University

Abstract: An increasing number of K-12 schools have adopted blended learning approaches There is currently very limited empirical research indicating how well-prepared teachers are for the transition from traditional to blended teaching Additionally, there is limited empirical research available to guide the skill development of teachers preparing to teach in blended contexts This research is focused on that gap The purpose of the research is to systematically identify the skills needed for teaching in a blended learning context and to develop and test an instrument that can be used to determine individual and school-wide readiness for blended teaching

Presider: Cecil R Short, Brigham Young University


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