Blended Learning Curriculum
Give your students the best of both worlds—in a flexible model that is just right for your school.
The Future of Education
Fuel Education has worked with hundreds of schools and districts to implement effective blended learning programs to better meet their students’ diverse and changing needs. Give your students the best of both worlds—access to FuelEd’s extensive catalog of online courses as well as face-to-face instruction—in the model that works for your school.
Give your students a world of opportunities with our extensive catalog of online courses
Design your schedule to help students deal with full academic loads, work commitments. and family responsibilities
Easily track student progress and provide the personalized content they need to succeed
How Blended Learning Curriculum Can Work for You
We’ve helped our school district partners implement a variety of blended learning models, including:
Students rotate on a fixed schedule or at the teacher’s discretion among locations on campus, one of which is an online lab, to focus on a specific course or subject.
À La Carte
Students take one or more courses entirely online, either on campus or offsite, in addition to taking courses during the regular school day.
The majority of student learning takes place online, either at a school facility or at home. Teachers provide face-to-face support as needed in a flexible environment. This instruction can range from differentiated instruction and tutoring delivered one-to-one, to a lesson delivered to a whole group of students, to project-based learning.
In these full-time virtual programs, students divide their time between attending a blended learning facility at a brick-and-mortar school for a few days a week, and learning remotely using online content.
Students rotate between face-to-face teacher-guided practice or project-based learning on campus during the standard school day and online delivery of content and instruction of the same subject from a remote location—often at home—after school. The primary delivery of content and instruction is online with students applying what they have learned while they are in the traditional classroom. In class time with the teacher is spent engaging in discussion around the subject matter as well as participating in simulations and collaborative activities.
RELATED RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS
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Blended Learning Events
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5 Steps for Blended Learning Success
A practical, step-by-step guide