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What is Blended Learning?

An introduction to teaching in a blended learning environment

Endora Kight

on 15 February 2018

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Transcript of What is Blended Learning?

Blended learning is combining online learning as a tool to enhance and support face-to-face learning (Usta, 2007, as cited in Gecer & Dag, 2012)
Students rotate based on an assigned schedule or teacher-lead directions to a specific location. In particular an assigned classroom or computer online lab
Students will rotate based on an assigned schedule or teacher-lead directions to stations within the classroom in which one of the stations is an online station.
Students rotate between face-to-face and online either self-paced or with a teacher. There are three types of rotations; labs, stations, and flipped.
Did You Know..
According to Garnham and Kaleta (2002), blended or hybrid courses connects best classroom instructional practices with the best of online learning to promote active independent learning and reduce class seat time (as cited in Umit & Akbayin, 2012).
Key Concepts
Uses mixed modes of web-based technology (rotation, flex, online lab, self-blended to achieve educational goals
Integrates various pedagogical approaches (constructivism, behaviorism, cognitivism) to produce optimal learning outcomes with or without instructional technology
Combines various forms of instructional technology with face-to-face instructor-lead training
Intertwines instructional technology with actual job tasks in order to develop effective learning and working (Umit & Akbayin, 2012)
Students will rotate based on an assigned schedule in which most of the instruction is online away from the traditional classroom environment. Instruction mainly takes place online somewhere else on campus or away from the school
The curriculum is provided predominately by an online program in which teachers provide on-site support as needed in the form of one-on-one tutoring or small groups.
The curriculum is predominately provided by the teacher in which the teacher uses online resources to supplement or modify course materials. Students have the option to study at home, in the classroom, or in the computer labs.
This is an individualized approach where students have the option to select online courses of their choice. Students work independently to complete these courses while taking traditional face-to-face courses.
"High school students' views on blended learning" by Dr. Ibrahim Umit Yapici and Dr. Hasan Akbayin.
"A blended Learning Experience" by Aynur Gecer and Funda Dag.
"Mixed it up with blended learning" by Stephanie Ivec.
"6 Types of blended learning" by Terry Heick.

Endora Kight Neal
Instructional Coach; CMSD

Khan Academy (2014). Introduction to blended learning. Four different blended learning models.
What is Blended Learning (2015), Raise your hands Texas.
Edutopia (2014). Blended learning making it work in your classroom.
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