Some blended learning tools makes it easy to evaluate progress at a glance and choose the best course of action for meeting each student’s educational needs.
Based on this information, you can decide when students need more help, when they are ready to move ahead, which methods work best, and when to try a new method.
5. More Options to Differentiate Your Lessons
As a CTE teacher, your classes are filled with a diverse group of students.
This often requires you to differentiate and adjust your lessons in a variety of ways to best meet your students where they are.
This can sometimes be a real challenge for a teacher. Using a traditional textbook doesn’t make it any easier with the teacher having to spend time differentiating lessons and creating additional resources.
Blended learning resources ease this struggle by making it easier to meet the needs of your diverse students.
Digital resources often allow students to work at their own pace to complete the required work, without the teacher needing to do extra prep work.
Incorporate Blended Learning Strategies Today!
Now you know the advantages blended learning can provide to you and your CTE students.