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Hybrid Learning Landscapes--Final Version

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Hybrid Learning Landscapes
Pedagogy with Purpose
Possible components of hybrid systems:
Hybrid education for K-12 institutions
Hybrid learning occurs any time a student learns, at least in part, at a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home and, at least in part, through online delivery with some element of student control over
time, place, path, and/or pace.
Hybrid education: Working Definition
With advantages associated with each style of distance learning, why not incorporate both approaches?
Hybrid
Education
ADE (Asynchronous Distance Education)
Distance Education in the Modern Era
The Evolution of Distance Learning
While online K-12 courses dramatically increased within traditional schools, a simultaneous
explosion in home schooling—from roughly 800,000 students in 1999 to roughly 2 million in 2013—was fueled by the rise of online learning and full-time virtual schools (Horn and Stake, 2011).
Hybrid education for K-12 institutions
It is still possible to add an online component to traditional educational settings.

Exposes students to modern educational and training technologies
Adds enriching pedagogical components to any educational discipline
Enhanced communication with faculty and parents/guardians
Hybrid education for K-12 institutions

Audio teleconferencing (two-way radio; telephone transmissions, etc.)
Distance Education in the Modern Era
Distance Education in the Modern Era
The Evolution of Distance Learning
Contact Information
HYBRID LEARNING LANDSCAPES
Pedagogy with Purpose
H. Hilliard Gastfriend, PhD G. Andrew "Andy" Page, PhD
All webinar participants receive FREE & OPEN access to our Hybrid Learning Digital library.
Quotes
"A child educated only at school is an uneducated child."
~ George Santayana
"The test of truth in life is not whether we can remember what we learned in school, but whether we are prepared for change."
~ Andreas Schleicher
"If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow."
~ John Dewey
This was fueled by the rise of online learning and full-time
virtual schools.

(Horn and Staker, 2011)
e-Learning Growth
(2012, PDF e-book, Creative Commons License)
http://www.downes.ca/files/Connective_Knowledge-19May2012.pdf
Connectivism
Free & Open
Hybrid
Hybrid learning occurs any time a student learns, at least in part, at a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home and, at least in part, through online delivery with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace.
Case Studies
Yukon Flats School District
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http://connectingourpeople.com
25 years ago, Boston University professor Isaac Asimov spoke about the information revolution as it relates to networked education.

Professor Isaac Asimov (1920-1992)
e-Learning as Science Fiction
. . . You ask, and find out, and follow up, and do it in your own home, at your own speed, in your own direction, in your own time. Then everyone will enjoy learning.
Learning Management System
G. Andrew "Andy" Page, PhD
H. Hilliard Gastfriend, PhD
Bloom's Taxonomy Revised
WHY?
hybrid education?
is hybrid education?
Steps for implementing hybrid education
Synchronous Feedback
Questions ???
Asynchronous
Interactive
Feedback
HOW?
WHAT?
WHY?
WHEN?
Overview
Edison created a series of educational motion pictures.
As natural innovators, each generation of educators has attempted to incorporate the latest technologies available:
Correspondence schools, circa 1880

Educational motion pictures, circa 1910

Educational radio, circa 1925-1935

Educational television, circa 1950s
Testing
Grades
Bulletin board/discussion
Student-student
Teacher-student
Teacher-parent
Email and communication systems
Learning management system
SYNCHRONOUS
(communication performed in real time)
Timeline
WHAT?
Interactive Components of Hybrid Systems
Homework distribution schedule
Syllabus and/or learning objectives for courses
Grades
Testing
Bulletin board/discussion/Blogs
Student-Student
Teacher-Student
Teacher-Parent
Email and communication systems
Web-based communication
Videocassettes, CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs
Audiocassettes
Printed materials
Administrative/Governance Planning
Aligning new technology strategies with institutional mission statement
Achieving parental "buy-in" with new technology strategies
Achieving faculty consent or "buy-in" with new technology strategies
HOW?
Faculty Development
Best practices & worst practices
Understanding the pedagogy of technology
Hands-on practice
Instructional design conceptualization

http://educationnext.org/future-schools/
Interactions
Human to computer
Meta Analysis
"Blending or hybrid online learning and teaching benefits student learning and achievement and it is becoming part of effective practice worldwide".

(Means et al, 2010; Stacey et al, 2009)
Video teleconferencing
SDE (Synchronous Distance Education)
Associate | Educational Researcher
Professor | Partner | Researcher
andy@dionysiustech.com
hgastfriend@dionysiustech.com
Cost-Benefit? Value? ROI?
The Business of Hybrid Education
ROI
Cost-Benefit Analysis
Value
Metrics/Analytics
Can e-Learning Systems be
Most, if not all, data analyses on economic returns or value for distance education have been conducted on higher education institutions.
Logic: Economies of scaling are possible. For example, the flood of stories on "MOOCs" or massive open online courses, where 100,000 students might attend a single course!
Value for K-12 Institutions
Benefits are more intangible:
Quantification Issues (cont'd)
Using online components can free up "seats" in higher education and can delay or eliminate the need for costly classroom building construction but is usually not an issue for most K-12 schools.
AGENDA
Bonus!
Availability of e-learning systems compared with local competitors, i. e., aiding in competition among the schools
Sharing of teachers among institutions for providing uneconomic small class sizes (e.g., French III, Advanced Economics)
Individualized learning
Reaching students with different learning styles
Goal: Better education process & outcomes
Example of Hybrid Learning in Action
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Human to human
Brief History of Distance Education
Case Studies
Business Considerations
Hybrid Learning
e-Learning in the Modern Era
Questions and Answers
Year

Number of Courses
Simultaneous explosion in home schooling—from roughly 800,000 students in 1999 to roughly 2,000,000 in 2013.
Personal Learning Environments
Creating personalized education has long been a dream for many educators. Certainly one-size-fits-all cannot be the best manner of teaching for students that are unique and complicated?
Aleutians East School District
Hybrid Learning Library
http://www.mendeley.com/
Contact us after the presentation about gaining access to our online library on distance education topics that we have stored on Mendeley.
Gastfriend, H. H. (2001) “Transforming a Lecture-Based Course into an Internet-Based Course: A Case Study.” Ph.D. Dissertation. Georgia State University.
e-Learning Growth, cont'd
While e-learning might be a tool that leads us to this elusive goal, no single tool can be the magical silver bullet so many have sought.
Main References Cited in Presentation
Approximate number of students taking at least one online K-12 course:

Value for K-12 Institutions, cont'd
Building success for the future
Moving students the next level: preparing students to reach their full potential
Offering a “chance for success” by creating and providing resources
Training, training, training!
"Providing expert guidance and training to schools implementing hybrid learning solutions"
Education Technology Consulting
LMS Hosting Service
Faculty Development and Training
Assessment & Evaluation
Dionysiustech.com
Constructing/Supporting Eductional Network

PLEs
(Sloan Consortium, 2008; Horn & Staker, 2011)
dionysiustech.com
August 21, 2013
Learning
Link to our analytic research
About us
http://iem.tmag.tas.gov.au/
Polaris K-12 School
This webinar presentation is available at:
http://dionysiustech.com
Answers
Leveraging Technology
http://www.zooburst.com/zb_books-viewer.php?book=zb01_4f68f4e1b935b
Means, Barbara, Yukie Toyama, Robert Murphy, Marianne Bakia, and Karla Jones. (2010). Evaluation of Evidence Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development.
Questions
&
Answers
Advantages of Hybrid Learning
See you at the MISBO/SAIS 2013 Conference!
2011 2,500,000
2007 1,030,000
2000 45,000
Audience Participation #1
Audience Participation # 2
Changes in Foundational Pedagogy
Augmented Reality e-book Project
Hybrid Learning
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(2012, PDF e-book, Creative Commons License)
http://www.downes.ca/files/Connective_Knowledge-19May2012.pdf
Connectivism
Free & Open
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Quantified for K-12 Institutions?
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Stacey, E., & Gerbic, P. (Eds.). (2009). Effective blended learning practices: evidence-based perspectives in ICT facilitated education. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
Picciano, A. G., Seaman. J. (2009). K-12 Online Learning: A 2008 Follow-up of the Survey of U.S. School District Administrators. Sloan Consortium
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Mobile Devices (Smart Phones, Tablets, iPads)
PLEs:
http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7049.pdf
The Rise of K-12 Blended Learning:
http://www.innosightinstitute.org/innosight/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/The-Rise-of-K-12-Blended-Learning.pdf
Connecting Our People:
http://www.connectingourpeople.com/
Connect the Aleutians:
http://www.connectthealeutians.net/
Community of Practice Paper:
http://www.gandrewpage.com/sample-page/papers/ruralcasestudy
Hybrid Learning Landscapes Presentation:
http://www.dionysiustech.com/services/e-learning-consulting/
Dionysius Technologies, LLC:
http://dionysiustech.com
Hybrid Digital Library:
EMail: andy@dionysiustech.com for access.
The Flipped Classroom:
https://193.60.48.124/index.php/compass/article/viewFile/84/118
Asimov Video Interview:
"Indeed, the classroom is like the baseline reference, and the role of information and communication technologies (ICT) is to lend support by being what the classroom cannot be - being available at home, for example, or at midnight, or around the world. ICT is about enhancing learning, in the blended learning model" (Downes, 2012, p.287).
~ Steven Downes
Prezi mobile app
Horn, M. B. & Staker, H. (2011). The Rise of K-12 Blended Learning.
Downes, S. (2012) . Connectivism and Connective Knowledge.
Scan with QR Reader
for Digital business card
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ASYNCHRONOUS
(communication that takes place non sequentially over time or place).
Audience Participation #3
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Challenge-Based Learning New Media Institute
http://www.nmc.org/projects/challenge-based-learning
New Media Consortium: http://www.nmc.org/projects/challenge-based-learning
Conclusions
Institutional Affiliation
More Info can be found at the EDUCAUSE website:
http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7049.pdf
Hybrid Education and the Modern School: History, Technology, and Implementation
Monday, October 28 01:00 pm – 02:30 pm
Educational technology is critical for future success of K-12 students.
Technology must remain subordinate to pedagogy. The focus is the Learning.
Hybrid education should be added gradually and incrementally depending upon the needs and missions of the institution.
Since the 1970s high technology implementations have been used continually, if not always successfully.
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Flipped Classroom Video:
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12 Schools in Tasmania
12 Schools in Alaska
http://www.gandrewpage.com/sample-page/papers/ruralcasestudy/
http://www.connectthealeutians.net/
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