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Blended Learning

Learning Objectives
Understand the pedagogy of blended learning. (iNACOL Standard A)

Collaborate with colleagues through the use of web based tools. (iNACOL Standard J)

Synthesize ideas of blended learning into an action plan for the classroom. (iNACOL Standard C)

iNACOL standards can be found at http://www.inacol.org/resources/publications/national-quality-standards/

21st Century Learning
Blended or
Hybrid Learning
What is
Seven Myths
Online learning is just a high-tech version of the old correspondence course.

Online students spend all of their time in front of a computer.

Online and blended learning are essentially "teacher-less".

Students are able to cheat easily in online and blended courses.

Online learning is only good for highly motivated, highly able students (or conversely, only for dropouts and students in need of remediation).

Online and blended learning is much cheaper than face-to-face instruction.

Online and blended students are isolated from their peers and shortchanged on important socialization skills.

Megan Flower and Kathryn Voigt
Post-Its
Go to http://padlet.com/wall/voigtsblended

We will use this online post-it corner to house questions or thoughts you may have today. Feel free to post any questions or thoughts you may have during class time. (Yes, please do use your mobile devices!) We will take time to review and answer posts during natural breaks in our session.

Schoology
Please go to www.schoology.com (a free LMS), click on the sign up as a teacher and enter the following access code:
Q22WG-JRVHT

You will enter the class titled,
Reading Plus Conference 2013: Blended Learning


Survey and Discussion
Click on the assignment titled
Technology Use
and follow the instructions.

Click on the assignment titled
Blended Learning Discussion
and follow the instructions.
Online Learning Gaining Adoption
Enrollments up from 45,000 in 2000 to 1,000,000 in 2007
27% of high school students took online course in 2009
Ambient Insight projects 10.5M students taking online courses by 2014.




Models of
Blended Learning
4 Models of Blended Learning
Rotation

Flex
Uses an online platform that delivers most of the curricula. Teachers provide on-site support on a flexible and adaptive, as-needed basis through in-person tutoring sessions and small group sessions

Self Blend
Students choose to take one or more courses online to supplement their traditional school's catalog

Enriched Virtual Environment
A whole-school experience in which, within each course (e.g., math), students divide their time between attending a brick-and-mortar and learning remotely using online delivery of content and instruction.
Rotation Model
Within a given course or subject (e.g. math), students
rotate
on a fixed schedule or at the teacher's discretion among classroom-based learning modalities. The rotation includes
at least one station for online learning
. Variations of this model include:

1. Station-Rotation
2. Lab-Rotation
3. Flipped-Classroom
4. Individual-Rotation


Flipped Classroom Model

http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
Sal Khan Video Lecture on Digital Learning
Flipped Classroom Info Graphic
More Sites for Further Exploration
of the Flipped Model

•Flipped Learning: A Response to Five Common Criticisms http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/03/26/flipped-learning-a-response-to-five-common-criticisms/
•Five Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom http://www.edutopia.org/blog/flipped-classroom-best-practices-andrew-miller
•Flipping Your Classroom - 13 Must Read Resources http://www.psdschools.org/academics/instructional-technology/teacher-resources/flipped-classroom
•Flipped Classroom as Vehicle to the Future

Resources
iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching
http://www.inacol.org/resources/publications/national-quality-standards/

Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation
http://www.christenseninstitute.org/education/

Leading Edge Certification. (2013), Module 2: Online and Blended Learning: History and Concepts. Retrieved from https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.haikulearning.com/data/sdcoe/minisite_14661274/62101e23638c/index.html



Web Based Tools
Padlet
(Group Sticky Note Board)

Schoology
(Learning Management System)

Google Drive
(word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, draw, and storage program)

Prezi
(Presentation Program similar to Powerpoint, but more functionality)

Screencast-o-matic, Screenr, Jing, or Camstasia Studio
(create recordings, capture lectures and directions)

Voicethread
(online discussions)

Mark Anderson’s Blog: Education, Learning and Technology
http://ictevangelist.com/tools-to-enhance-learning/

Kathryn Voigt's Site for more project ideas -
http://kathrynvoigtssite.weebly.com

Simon Ward's 20 Easy Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers
http://www.slideshare.net/pingable/easy-web-20-tools-for-teachers
Jessica Johnson: Principal J - Just because she is amazing!
http://www.principalj.net/
According to the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation's (formerly Innosight Institute)
”Classifying K-12 Blended Learning," May 2012, blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace and at least in part at a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home.

A National Education Association (NEA) Policy Brief on Online Learning states
"...blended learning (aka "hybrid" and "mixed-mode") is an environment in which a student learns in a "blended" model of face-to-face instruction with a licensed teacher and technology-based instruction that best meets the educational needs of the student. During the technology-based instruction, under the guidance of the teacher, the student has control over the time, place, path and/or the pace of the curriculum to form an integrated instructional approach. NEA supports the effective use of technology as a companion to classroom learning."

Blended Learning
6 Models of
Advantages

Anytime, anywhere 24/7

Credit (learning) recovery and Advanced Placement (AP)

More course offerings

Flexibility

On demand content - self pacing

Increased student communication and participation

Engaging students with digital tools
Challenges
Cutting edge educational tools may be rendered unusable because of district policies or state educational codes.

Often administrative rules try to make virtual learning fit into a traditional model, potentially creating unnecessary work and stifling scalability.

Another potential concern is the lack of uniformity for monitoring standards for inputs (i.e. teacher training and student support) and outputs (i.e. academic performance and pass rates).

Funding

Access and Equity

Role of the Teacher in
a Blended Classroom
Guiding and Individualizing Learning

Communication

Assessing, Grading and Promoting

Developing Course Content and Structure

Choosing Web Tools and an appropriate LMS

For more on the role of the teacher, please watch the following video:
http://www.k12.com/k12-teachers/#.Ugk23OBMzCE

Will you use an LMS? What LMS will you use or does your school use?

What kind of access to technology do you have?

What kind of access to technology do your students have?

What content has already been created for you?

What content will you create?

What tools will you ask your students to use?

What projects will you create?


(EXPLORE – COLLABORATE – CREATE – PUBLISH)
Blended Learning?
Blended Learning
Staker, Heather. (2011). "The Rise of K-12 Blended Learning in America." Innosight Institute, Inc.
Staker, Heather. (2011). "The Rise of K-12 Blended Learning in America." Innosight Institute, Inc.
Log into your Schoology Account and answer the discussion question titled Blended Learning Models. Be prepared to share out!
Discuss: Blended Learning Models

http://faculty.indstate.edu/spenney/bdt.htm
Bloom's Digitial Taxonomy
Interactive
Create a
Blended Environment
http://www.innosightinstitute.org/innosight/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/The-Rise-of-K-12-Blended-Learning.pdf
mflower@nlmusd.org
kvoigt@nlmusd.org
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