Personalizing Learning Strategies and Instructional Routines through Blended Learning and Instructional Technology
For approximately 35 years, instructional routines for teachers and learning strategies for adolescents with learning differences (LD) have been developed and validated by extensive research conducted by researchers and others at the Center for Research on Learning. The body of research reflects highly positive impact on the academic and social success of thousands of adolescents with LD. During this session, we will share our forward-thinking CRL redesign efforts to make the instructional routines and learning strategies more personalized and increase accessibility by offering instruction in blended learning environments where the instructional process maximizes the potential of instructional technology to improve student outcomes. The session will be highly interactive with ample opportunity for participant feedback and suggestions on design features. Also, since we will redesign some instructional materials, we will be seeking research partners willing to help conduct studies that show the impact of the new blended learning an on-demand formats.