At its core, blended learning is learning that takes place partially in a face-to-face, brick-and-mortar setting and partially in a virtual, online setting. Blended learning leans on the ideas that both face-to-face and online learning offer significant benefits and that the blended-learning teacher will draw upon the advantages of each option. During the time of pandemic learning, teachers are incorporating best practices from blended learning to empower students to become the owners of their learning process. Join our Digital Learning Specialists as they unpack the definition of blended learning and explore the concepts of pace, place, path, and time, as well as the role of student control to provide them voice and choice throughout the process. Visit AVID Open Access for the resources mentioned in this week's podcast.