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Good 'Ol Fashioned Teaching

Over the past few weeks, my mind has been flooded with thoughts regarding flexible delivery of instruction. I'm not sure my definition of it works for everyone, as I would argue it has different meanings to different people. With the addition of blended and online courses, more and more educators have been intrigued by how to use time and space in order to individualize instruction and empower students. Luckily, in my role, I have the opportunity to collaborate with teachers who are actually teaching blended and online courses. So, when meeting with a group of our blended teachers, we developed a working  definition of flexible delivery of instruction: Creating a culture for empowering students to take ownership of their learning. If you've been following this blog over the past two years, this definition stands behind all that I believe to be true about good teaching. As teachers, we must create learning opportunities for students to create, critically think, collaborate, co