It’s been four years since Corwin published my bestselling book Blended Learning in Grades 4-12When I wrote that book, I was working in a low-tech environment trying to figure out how to weave together online and face-to-face learning to create a student-centered classroom. I did not receive any support, technology, or professional development from my school or district and was forced to figure it out on my own. My goal with that first book was to share what I had learned and provide teachers with concrete resources and strategies they could use to shift to a blended learning model.

In that time since that book was published, my understanding of blended learning models, as well as my own teaching practice, has continued to develop and evolve. So, I decided to write a second book on blended learning with a larger scope. My new book is written for both leaders and teachers because the most successful blended learning initiatives are those in which all stakeholders in a school community are involved in the journey.

To find out more about what you can expect from my newest book Blended Learning in Action: A Practical Guide Toward Sustainable Change, watch the webinar I presented for Corwin Connect. I provide an overview of the book and share a handful of the myriad resources available in the book! There is also a discount code available at the end of the webinar for anyone who preorders the book!

Blended Learning in Action will be published by Corwin in September!

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4 Responses

  1. […] that they will understand how to use the tool and eventually use it in practice. Likewise in Blended Learning in Action: A Practical Guide Toward Sustainable Change by Caitlin R, Tucker, Tiffany Wycoff and Jason T. Green, they point to research conducted by the […]

  2. I am intrigued. I am looking for a text that will lend itself to supporting creation of a blended learning model that can be implemented in the fall due to possible/probable continued disruption due to Covid-19 and is strong enough that teachers will want to continue a form of the blended learning after the crisis has passed. It sounds like this book is appropriate. Now that our district demonstrated our school is capable of providing enough devices and hotspots to all students. I have bought into the idea and benefits of ongoing blended learning going forward. I hope this book will help me in convincing other teachers. Thank you.

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