1. The Rotational Model
• In this model of
rotate on a fixed
schedule or at the
modalities, at least one
of which is online
learning. This model
enables students to
delve into various types
of learning scenarios.
This model comprises
the components most
2. The Flex Model
• In this model content and
instruction are delivered
primarily by the Internet.
Students are allotted to move on
an individually customized, fluid
schedule among learning
modalities, and the teacher is on-
site. The teacher provides face-
to-face support on a flexible and
adaptive as-needed basis
through activities such as small-
group instruction, group projects,
and individual tutoring. (In the
model to the left, P stands for
paraprofessional and T stands for
3. The Self Blended Model
• In this model students
choose to take one or
more courses entirely
online to supplement
their traditional courses
and the teacher is the
online teacher. Students
may take the online
courses either on
school grounds or off-
4. The Enhanced Virtual Model
• In this model students divide their time between attending a
school campus and learning remotely using online delivery of
content and instruction. In this model students seldom attend
the school campus every weekday.
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