Blended Learning

Welcome to Blended Learning at Cumberland Valley High School!

What do CVHS students say about Blended Learning?


 

What is Blended Learning? 

Cumberland Valley’s Blended Learning Program is an opportunity for students to engage in a flexible learning environment, which provides voice and choice in how and where students learn.  
In a blended course, students meet face-to-face with their teachers in a traditional class setting every other cycle day. Because the curriculum and pacing of the course content is the same as in a traditional classroom setting, on the alternate cycle days, students continue to learn and acquire content knowledge and skills, via the
Schoology platform, participating in online discussions, viewing guided videos, taking notes, doing research, etc.
On these alternate cycle days, students collaborate in the Learning Commons, where they have full access to laptop devices and their blended learning teacher for support. Because blended learning teachers are available on the
independent learning days, students or teachers can schedule time to meet together, individually or in a small group, for extended support or enrichment when needed.



Learn more about Blended Learning:
https://www.inacol.org/news/what-is-blended-learning/
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