Full course description

Course Date:

Starts Jun 6, 2016




6 hrs/total



Course Type:





This course will help you analyze data from your blended/personalized classroom with an informed eye, then transfer that knowledge to your planning through focused groups, flexible long-term planning, and personalization by giving students choice around path and pace. You’ll leave this course knowing why your blended practice should be grounded in instructional challenges/student needs and how you can leverage technology to address those challenges, so you can teach each student in a more personalized manner.


In this course, participants will:

  • Identify an instructional challenge that can be supported through blended learning.
  • Determine the focus of their data analysis, based on the needs of their school and students.
  • Apply data in an effective and strategic way to one chosen area of planning covered in the module.

Course Instructors

Juliana Finegan

Juliana Finegan


Juliana Finegan is the Director of Personalized Learning at Relay Graduate School of Education. With support from TLA, Juliana, a former classroom teacher, developed four courses that support teachers and leaders to shift to blended and personalized learning models. Juliana has observed best practices all over the country, captured strong blended footage, identified common denominators of implementation, and named key strategies that can be used immediately.