MCHS strives to see the following expected outcomes as a result of successful implementation of blended learning courses and methodologies:
Be more successful academically.
Develop college and career related skills.
Manage time more effectively and prioritize academics as well as demands of outside activities and employment.
See improved views on learning, teachers, and school.
Convey that blended learning courses have a positive effect on anxiety and social emotional health.
Have a greater desire to take blended courses in the future.
Become better learners by being involved with blended courses.
Have more agency, choice, freedom, and flexibility in their learning.
Successful blended students should strive to be
Demonstrative of the “MCHS Mindset”
Owners of their own learning
Skillful time managers able to prioritize
Accountable first to themselves for their success and then to other important adults
Able to communicate and advocate to adults and peers
Respectful of each other and the learning environment
Collaborative and able to work with others
Able to find, collect, evaluate, curate, and create
Blended Time for Students
When a student has the opportunity to learn outside of class on blended days, they can utilize the time for the following:
Seek academic assistance
Complete test/quiz retakes or make-ups
Collaborating with other students for study or projects
Meeting with a counselor or other staff member when available
Independent study and homework
Personal time - mental health