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    Blended Learning Introducing CNUSD’s new Hybrid School of Innovation--now open for the inaugural 2017-2018 year! “Hybrid” or “Blended” are names used to describe a learning environment in which students receive some instruction through traditional face-to-face learning experiences with the remainder delivered through online learning activities.

    The new school is housed on the JFK campus and features flexible, immersive, technology rich learning environments designed to adapt to students' individual learning needs. By blending the flexibility of online learning with traditional face-to-face instruction, every student enrolled in the Hybrid High School receives a personalized learning plan with educational options specifically tailored to the students' learning requirements. Flexible scheduling and personalization ensures that every student has the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential in a way that is best suited for their particular learning style.

    The Hybrid High of Innovation is expected to grow up and down a grade level each year, ultimately servicing grades 7-12.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    The CoLabs
     
    The Hybrid School of Innovation offers unique learning spaces referred to as collaborative learning labs, or “CoLabs.”  CoLab 1 is primarily used for instruction from one of our very talented instructors. CoLab 2 is a more open and informal space designed for students to work in small groups, study one-on-one, relax, and socialize with their peers. 
     
     

     
    A Unique Schedule for Learning
     
    With the focus on personalization and blended learning, a traditional bell schedule simply does not fit. Click below to explore the schedule at the Hybrid School of Innovation and learn a bit more about how students approach their learning!
     
     

     
    Meet the Teachers -  (Coming Soon)
     

     
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Last Modified on August 26, 2017