Case Studies: How Blended is Leading to Gains in Student Achievement and Changing Teacher Practice

Blended Learning: Leading to Gains in Student Achievement in Southern Illinois 

Posted April 22, 2015

In 2013, the Hamilton County Unit 10 School District piloted blended learning for the first time. Just a year and a half into the blended learning implementation in second through fourth grades and the District’s NWEA MAP results are outpacing expectations showing average gains, in some cases, ten points higher than the MAP goal. More importantly, teacher practice is changing and they are seeing the impact in their classrooms – now having to explore advanced concepts with students they haven’t had to in their previous ten plus years in the district. So, what’s going on? Read the case study here: Alvo Institute Unit 10 Case Study April _27_2015

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