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ANZTLA Blended Learning (John Capper) 20140705
Transcript of ANZTLA Blended Learning (John Capper) 20140705
University of Divinity
Unity and Diversity
Changing needs and opportunities
Old or New?
Nothing new under the sun
William Hogarth 1736
Scholars at a lecture
Online OR face to face
Online AND F2F
Linearity or flexibility
Online on campus
since the slate we have had people AND technology in learning
Space AND time
synchronicity and asynchronicity
syntopicity and asyntopicity
Today we have MANY options
And high student expectations
Formal and Informal
UNcle and MQ Libraries
A contested concept
Blending in practice
Clerical and lay
Combining weaker and stronger
Life is like that
Weak learn from strong
Strong see pitfalls
To the children belongs
The promised theological engagement
The "Chalcedonian Definition"*
; the distinction of natures being in no way annulled by the union, but rather the characteristics of each nature being preserved and coming together to form one
Of Christ as human and divine
Who is teacher?
Who is student?
What is each capable of?
What is expected of each?
Can we use the tools?
Stability and clarity
* Tribute to Karl Barth
^ and librarians?
With thanks to Ward Powers
Terry Anderson Athabasca University
William Hogarth again
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Malcolm Knowles 1983
The laughing audience
The sleeping congregation
Image (C) Randy Glasbergen Used with permision
1. What are the
of blending that are relevant in your context?
4. What changing
are you identifying amongst readers/learners?
2. What changing
are you discerning amongst those you serve?
3. What changing
are evident in those learners and teachers you work amongst?
What alchemy shapes your blend?
Related to individual, unit or college?
Note the changing role of
With thanks to Terry Anderson