Our district uses Math Expressions and I have been grouping in math for three years. I found that by grouping in math I was able to extend and enrich for those students performing above grade level. I was able to reteach and slow down instruction for those students needing more time. Each group moved at its own pace. I would directly instruct each group for 20 minutes, then each group would move to partner games or activities to practice the concept, and finally each group had independent work to complete. It was very successful
I got this idea from the Suestastic Blog a couple of years ago and it worked very well
So... how do I apply this to blended math? I am still using math groups but now all groups are happening simultaneously. I have six math groups. Each group is on a different lesson. I use the APP Explain Everything to make videos of the lessons.
Here is an example of a math video.
I store my videos on VIMEO.