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Problems of Practice: How can I integrate specific blended learning practices to meet individual needs during remote instruction?

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For many educators, the shift to remote learning can be fear-inducing as they are asked to adjust their practices and use new tools to support learners. However, educators can still rely on many of the strong instructional practices that drove outcomes in more familiar traditional settings. Remote instruction simply necessitates implementing these strategies in new ways through a blend of remote modalities (asynchronous, synchronous, analog, and digital), building off of already established best practices in blended instruction.