April M. Rogers
According to the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) describes blended learning as "...[environments where] the educator optimizes learning for students by assessing progress and providing instruction with focused supports. In these models, students are supported and interventions are wrapped around student-centered instructional models at every point throughout the learning trajectories. All of these things can be done in a traditional brick-and-mortar classroom, but one of the great benefits of blended learning is that the technology helps to provide teachers with data, expand student choices for educational resources and learning materials, and provide opportunities for students to practice and to demonstrate high levels of performance."
Please go to the following website. As you look through the article, please create a list of characteristics of a blended learning classroom environment.