Where to next?
Throughout this research process the focus was always on the students, and how to ensure that they are able to access the curriculum and develop into successful learners. Finding new ways to help all the learners develop their understanding and learning was extremely rewarding. I was able to talk to colleagues about the Blended Learning Classroom, many of whom came into my classroom to experience it, and then implement it in their own classrooms. This sharing of knowledge has only benefited the students and I hope will continue to do so. As I move from the 4th grade classroom into the 2nd grade classroom I look forward to continuing with the Blended Learning Model as well as using the other technology I have learned throughout this program.
I want thank the Board of South Peninsula Hebrew Day School for forming this relationship with Touro University to ensure the professional development and growth of their educators. Their commitment to help the teachers financially through the Innovative Learning Program demonstrates their support for all involved in their Learning Community.