What is Blended Learning?

Education Alliance Blended Learning helps teachers in seven rural West Virginia schools “blend” face-to-face instruction with online resources to provide engaging, technology-rich learning opportunities for students. Face-to-face instruction is enhanced with Makerspaces that enable hands-on, project-based learning. Participating teachers blend digital instruction using a Learning Management System platform to organize and create content that enhances STEM learning.

For more information contact Emily Pratt at 304-342-7849 (phone) or emily@educationalliance.org.

Participating Schools

Blended Learning serves 7 rural West Virginia schools.

  • Doddridge County High School, Doddridge
  • Lincoln County High School, Lincoln
  • Logan High School, Logan
  • Man High School, Logan
  • Ravenswood High School, Jackson
  • Ritchie County High School, Ritchie
  • Tug Valley High School, Mingo


Click below to access resources for Blended Learning schools.

Memorandum of Agreement (MOA): VISTA Sponsor, Without VISTA
Leadership Program Overview Calls: PPT
School Program Expectations Webinars: PPT
Stakeholder Sharing Presentation: Sample PPT
Program Kick-Off Training: Packet, PPT, Handouts, Pictures
Makerspace eCourse: Schoology
Information Sharing Webinar: PPT

2018 Blended Learning Training: Packet, PPT, Stipend Form, W-9, Pictures
Information Sharing Webinar: PPT
Peer Review Planning Webinar: PPT

2019 Blended Learning Training: Packet, PPT, Stipend Form, W-9, Pictures


Blended Learninng is made possible through generous support from:

  • BelleJAR Foundation
  • Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation
  • Chevron
  • Ross Foundation