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Ten Steps to Improve Teacher Success in a Blended Learning Classroom

Decades of research indicate that teachers are one of the most important factors in determining student achievement. This statement remains true for a blended learning environment. Though technology may change how the content is delivered, it does not change the student’s need for support that only a teacher can provide. Grounded on research, here are ten tips for maximizing the role of the teacher in a blended learning classroom.

In a blended learning environment, the teacher plays a critical role in fostering student success. Follow these ten research-based steps to maximize student achievement in a blended classroom.
Ten Steps to Improve Teacher Success in a Blended Learning Classroom

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Rae Palmer

Rae has a BS in Journalism and a MA in English from Northern Arizona University. She has served as an ESL/ELL teacher and one-on-one tutor, writing tutor, freshman success coach, English teacher, writer, and editor. As a teacher, she felt privileged to work with hundreds of students with varying skill levels in both an online and traditional classroom setting. As a writer, she covered the education industry both on a national and a district level. This experience has given her deeper insight into the ever-changing world of education. She continued to help all learners achieve their full potential during her tenure with Edgenuity.