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Blended Learning at EHS Parent Night
Transcript of Blended Learning at EHS Parent Night
Environments "personalize learning, allow thoughtful reflection, and differentiate instruction from student to student across a diverse group of learners" (Watson). "combine online delivery of educational content with the best features of classroom interaction and live instruction" (Watson). "shift from lecture- to student-centered instruction in which students become active and interactive learners" (Watson). Negotiation Transmedia Navigation Simulation Judgment Multitasking reduce "the amount of class time for learners while providing a higher degree of accountability for learners" (Staley). Moodle Modules Forums Face-to-face meetings and large group activities Small group discussion, conferencing 21st century skills as defined by Jenkins and the MacArthur Foundation Blended Learning at Edina High School A Week
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Culture Performance Distributed Cognition Play foster more "interaction between student-instructor, student-student, student-content, and student-outside resources" (Watson). References
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Watson, John. “Promising Practices in Online Learning. Blended Learning: The Convergence ofOnline and Face- to- Face Education.” North American Council of Online Learning, 2008. Web.
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http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/digitalnation/learning/schools/how-google-saved-a-school.html Supporting Students in Blended Library staff is available to help students with assignments and online tools. Library hours are 7:30-4:15, Monday-Thursday and 7:30-3:30, Friday. One library computer lab is reserved for blended student use on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. There are multiple powering stations for students who bring in their own digital devices. We have 20 netbooks available for hourly checkout by students. Many Moodle pages are accessible with the guest access code (edinaparent).