There are many different models for student learning. Many of the models can be organized into two categories; sustaining and disruptive. Brian De Schiffart (OLTD) put together a great seminar (using Canvas) on instructional models:
He defined blended learning as a way for students to experience part of the content delivery and instruction through digital means while still attending face-to-face classes. Blended learning is often thought of as a disruptive model, one which creates a new way of doing things – which may ultimately become the new norm. Sustaining models are still innovative but do not change the current model. They may continue with the traditional way of teaching but incorporate technology.
Below are some links to explore: