Face 2 Face Driver
Combining the Classroom experience with an On-Line Component
1) Face-to-Face Driver Model
Of all the blended learning models, face-to-face driver is the closest to a typical school structure. With this approach, the introduction of online instruction is decided on a case-by-case basis, meaning only certain students in a given class will participate in any form of blended learning. The face-to-face driver approach allows students who are struggling or working above their grade level to progress at their own pace using technology in the classroom.
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The programs that fit in the face-to-face-driver category all retain face-to-face teachers to deliver most of their curricula. The physical teacher deploys online learning on a case-by-case basis to supplement or remediate, often in the back of the classroom or in a technology lab.
In my opinion the face-to-face drive model is the model that most would identify with the present day classroom. The present day classroom has the teacher leading the class in a lecture following an established protocol taking precedence and technology being a secondary thought. When technology or online curriculum is learned it is often used to achieve one of three things:
- Supplement in classroom material
- Remediation for students
- An example of "technology" being used in the classroom
1. Instructional Material Level: At the instructional level, Face to Face driver is at the lowest possible use of Online technology usage. There is an Online component, but this model still relies heavily on in-class teacher based instruction.
2. Instructional Resources:
4. Communication: Allows for instant communication between the teacher and students and students and other students.
Student Centered Instruction
1. Attendance Requirements: Students are still required to attend the physical school setting.
2. Student Learner's role:
3. Individualization of Instruction:
1. Instructional Support models:
2. Instruction schedule and location: Schools would still have to schedule classroom time and space within a traditional school schedule to allow for face to face instructional time.
3. Access to academic student support:
4. Technological infrastructure: