Best Practices of Implementing a Data-Driven PBL/Blended Program

September 29, 2016

What does it take to implement a high-quality, teacher-driven, student-focused, project-based blended classroom?

Learn how Method Schools implemented a blended learning model and why a blended learning classroom is a highly flexible model for success for teachers and students—and how your program can be highly individualized, preparing students for both on-line and future college level courses.

We'll review these 6 best practices for student success:

  1. Initial assessment of students
  2. Collecting student performance data
  3. Oral assessments
  4. FDI sessions
  5. Project-based learning
  6. Student-teacher interactions


Jessica Spallino​, Co-Founder & CEO - Method Schools, Murrieta, CA
Molly Hoehn, Education Consultant, Fuel Education

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