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Models of flexible delivery (HUSS, 2013)

Three models for Flexible Delivery, including examples and ideas for Teaching Activities/Lectures, Learning Activities/Tutorials, Assessment and Feedback
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Options & Pathways Humanities & Social Sciences Models of Flexible Curriculum Delivery I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I D e g r e e o f F L E X I B I L I T Y Fully Online 1. Blended Block Mode 2. 3. ? What is Flexible Learning? http://www.latrobe.edu.au/ctlc/assets/downloads/fold/FOLD_Guide.pdf For more info click: What is ‘flexible’ learning? An approach to education which emphasises variations in the mode, place, time and pace of study; the forms of interaction between and among teachers and learners; and the resources available to support study, communication and assessment.

‘Flexible learning’ refers to an approach to teaching and learning that encompasses activities that respond to students' learning interests, needs and circumstances, increases students' access to, and/or control over, particular teaching and learning environments. Flexible approaches to teaching and learning use strategies and technologies that meet the diverse needs of students regarding the location and time of study.

Flexible learning can include ‘blended learning’ approaches meaning a blend of face-to-face and online teaching and learning in a subject or course. Online learning, referring to teaching and learning using technologies and delivered online (usually through the LMS) is another way to achieve flexible learning. “…by using technology, the lecture content can be time-shifted. Time-shifting both increases the presence of the instructor outside of the classroom and opens the class for additional learning activities. Using digital technology to time-shift lecture outside of the classroom and using the classroom more for discussion, demonstration and group work activities has been termed the inverted classroom” (Nickles & Suthers 2011, p. 2).
In this model the content is provided in video or online learning modules. Tutorials are held at each location face-to-face. This model can also be ‘flipped’ to include learning activities with content transmission. Suitable for single or multi-campus 13 week delivery. Blended Content
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Face to face

Assessment: Face to face (can include online submission of assessment)

Online Resources: Handouts, links and webcasts. Option A. (Blended Model) Option B. (Blended Flipped Classroom Model) Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online

Learning Activity: Face to face and online

Assessment: Face to face and/or online

Online Resources: Handouts, links, webcasts, learning modules, interactive activities, user generated content, assessment and/or feedback.
In this model content is provided face to face in a block mode either through the semester augmented with online content, or in an intensive mode over non-semester time periods. Suitable for single or multi-campus 13 week delivery or in non-semester or intensive time periods. The advantage of block mode delivery is that students only need to attend classes for a few days in a semester. The intensive workshops and seminars allow students to gain the benefits of peer discussion and networking, while also having the flexibility to plan other activities around study. Block Mode
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online rotated with face to face

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Online

Assessment: Face to face and/or Online

Online Resources: Active blend including handouts, links, webcasts, learning modules, interactive activities, user generated content, assessment and/or feedback. Option A (Block Mode Rotated Model)
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online rotated with face to face

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Online

Assessment: Face to face and/or Online

Online Resources: Active blend including handouts, links, webcasts, learning modules, interactive activities, user generated content, assessment and/or feedback.
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Face to face over non traditional semester time period

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Face to face

Assessment: Face to face (can include online submission of assessment)

Online Resources: Handouts, links and webcasts. Option B (Block Mode Intensive Model)
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online over non traditional semester time period

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Face to face and online (online learning activity prepare students for Face-to-Face)

Assessment: Face to face and online

Online Resources: Handouts, links, webcasts, learning modules, interactive activities, user generated content, assessment and/or feedback. Option C (Block Mode Intensive Blended Model)
In this model all content and activities are provided online, either weekly during the semester or over other non-traditional time period. Suitable for single or multi-campus 13 week delivery or in non semester or intensive time periods. Online units can be accessed around the clock, giving students the flexibility to study where and when it suits them. Online
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Online

Assessment: Online

Online Resources: Handouts, links, webcasts, learning modules, interactive activities, user generated content, assessment and/or feedback. Option A (Online Model)
Teaching Activity eg. lecture: Online over non traditional time period

Learning Activity eg. tutorial: Online

Assessment: Online

Online Resources: Handouts, links, webcasts, learning modules, interactive activities, user generated content, assessment and/or feedback Option B (Online Block Mode Model) Ideas for Blended Delivery Teaching Activity / Lecture Moodle - create discrete learning modules on the LMS, incorporating different resources, links and activities Podcast or 'vidcast' lectures For example, You can record yourself
using Echo360, Camtasia/Screenflow etc. (or other screen-capture software)
-or even your smartphone:
then upload to Lectopia ...
or Youtube Learning Activity / Tutorial Ideas for Blended Delivery Explore a topic, or conduct an Interview using Collaborate (virtual tutorial/online conferencing space) WARNING: American accents :-) FOLD projects - record lecture/interviews in a studio Library - stream video content, or create reading lists/playlists Ideas for Blended Delivery Assessment Feedback Ideas for Blended Delivery



Moodle
Glossary and or database - for student collaboration
Quiz - online quizzes
Chat - real time chat for student tutorial check out http://www.latrobe.edu.au/ctlc/fold/ (For example:
web-tours to other content-rich sites ...
links to video interviews on the web ...
self-recorded 'mini-lectures'). Moodle Discussion - create a discussion or blog (via 'forum') for students to engage with each other or react individually to a topic, theory or resource. Can be paired with lectures, scaffolded or structured in many different ways. For example - You might use a forum for weekly student summaries or reviews of primary sources ...

- You can set so that students can only see others' contributions after posting their own (useful if assessed)

- These discussions can happen before the teaching or learning activities, priming the students for subsequent interaction (especially in a 'flipped' model) Collaborate/ Skype/Google Hangout - for real time virtual tutorial activity PebblePad - student blog and group work PB Wiki, Moodle Wiki - wiki group work Google Docs - Students' group work / sharing of resources Voicethread - students collaborate and comment online (multimedia) ABC Pool - collaborative multimedia site Collaborate on a Prezi!
(can collaborate in real time) Mindmeister/Bubbleus - online mindmapping Moodle Assignment - online assignment submission Use web-based programs like Prezi, Photostar, Speaking Image, Slideshare, Glogster - to create ePosters Use web-based programs like Prezi, Slideshare, Eduglog - online presentation (like this one! ...) Wordpress, Tumblr, Blogger & Moodle - Student blogs PebblePad - E-portfolio/Web Folio (text, image and video), Action Plans, Experiences, Blogs, Webfolios. Masher, Animoto - To create photo/audio Mashups (photojournalism, creative arts etc) Soundcloud - Audio (host site) - To upload and annotate audio files. Comments (either your own or other students - or both) can then be embedded into a timeline. Vimeo, YouTube - Video (host sites) (For example: Student video projects - either self-recorded student presentations, or web-essays
Youtube Channel for lectures, relevant outside presentations, primary sources, programmes etc. Animoto An example of a web-essay on Youtube .... Grademark - Provides online feedback for students; embedded comments in submitted Turnitin essays/drafts, audio feedback, and apply rubrics. Peer-marking/commenting/reviewing
Using ABCPool, Youtube, Vimeo, Soundcloud (& many more - anything with web 2.0 capabilities!); students can respond to other students' presentations/video-essays/Blogs/etc
with peer comment Collaborate/Moodle Chat - Run virtual office hours/workshops ? i An Introduction to Collaborate (click on the Youtube logo to watch a bigger size video)... Ideas and Examples
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