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Blended Learning Proposal

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Thor Benson

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Transcript of Blended Learning Proposal

1 to 1 program:
blended learning proposal
Crown College
Teacher Education Department
board meeting: 2/29/2011

Thor Benson 1-to-1 program: 1 laptop per student Benefits: Drawbacks: why blended learning increases in:
1) student engagement
2) technological familiarity
3) hands-on; minds-on learning
4) digital classroom resources •personalized to students
•individualized attention & support
•eliminates accessibility issues
•rich student-teacher-peer communication & interaction
•greater time on task
•increased cost-effectiveness
•increased productivity
•enhanced employee retention
•reduced training time
•reduced time and cost to update and distribute online learning resources blended learning defined:
-face-to-face (F2F) instruction
-online communication (both synchronous & asynchronous) "Blended learning, combining the best elements of online and face-to-face education, is likely to emerge as the predominant teaching model of the future" (Promising practices in online learning, 2008). "blended learning combines online delivery of educational content with the best features of classroom interaction and live instruction to personalize learning, allow thoughtful reflection, and differentiate instruction from student to student across a diverse group of learners" (Promising practices in online learning, 2008). Overview:
definitions
1-to-1 program
blended learning
blended learning rationale
research evidence of gains
advantages
disadvantages
proposed model
questions?? -initial equipment costs
-technological improvements/updates
-teacher & student training
-initial momentum
-decreased F2F time
-moderation development (Rossett, 2006; Blended learning guide, 2007) (Blended Learning Guide, 2007) Proposed Model (Fall 2011)
-EDU 210: Media & Technology for Teachers
-F2F class (current) blended learning (future)
-1 to 1 computers are already established
-fosters exposure to the pedagogical considerations necessary in blended learning environments
-permits collaborative environment for students to develop blended learning technological pedagogical content knowledge
-F2F: once/week
-online: remainder of the week
-supported provided by IT department & instructor "blended learning programs is somewhat more effective than either (F2F or online) approach by itself" (Ash, 2009) (Stansbury, 2010) References

Ash, K. (2009, 6 26). "Blended Learning" More Effecitive than Face-
to-Face. Retrieved 2 18, 2011, from edweek: http://blogs.edweek.org

Staley, L. (2007, 3). Blended Learning Guide. Web Junction: Where minds meet.

Stansbury, M. (2010, 2 16). One-to-one computing programs only as effective as
their teachers. Retrieved 2 18, 2011, from www.eschoolnews.com:
http://www.eschoolnews.com

Watson, J. (n.d.). Blending Learning: The convergence of online and face-to-face
education. Promising practices in online learning . North American Council for
Online Learning.
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