CoverAbout This BookPrefaceAcknowledgementsResearch1. Introduction to K-12 Blended Teaching2. K-12 Blended Teaching Competencies3. Evaluating Blended Teaching with the 4Es and PICRAT4. Elementary Education: Intro to Blended Teaching4-1. ElEd: Why Blend?4-2. ElEd: Online Integration & Management4-3. ElEd: Online Interaction4-4. ElEd: Data Practices4-5. ElEd: Personalization 5. English Language Arts (ELA): Intro to Blended Teaching5-1. ELA: Why Blend?5-2. ELA: Online Integration & Management5-3. ELA: Online Interaction5-4. ELA: Data Practices5-5. ELA: Personalization6. Social Science (SS): Intro to Blended Teaching6-1. SS: Why Blend?6-2. SS: Online Integration & Management6-3. SS: Online Interaction6-4. SS: Data Practices6-5. SS: Personalization 7. Math: Intro to Blended Teaching7-1. Math: Why Blend?7-2. Math: Online Integration & Management7-3. Math: Online Interaction7-4. Math: Data Practices7-5. Math: Personalization8. Science: Intro to Blended Teaching8-1. Science: Why Blend?8-2. Science: Online Integration & Management8-3. Science: Online Interaction8-4. Science: Data Practices8-5. Science: Personalization

Research

This book was written for practitioners and so does not reference research throughout, as you might see in an academic publication.  However, the editors are well-published researchers in the area of K-12 blended and online teaching.

If you are interested in the research related to the K-12 Blended Teaching Readiness model that is used to organize this book, below are some references that you can look up.  Also, please feel free to reach out via email to charles.graham@byu.edu or any of the other editors.

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