Blended Learn - Today and Tomorrow - Disruptive

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  • Click to next slide when say something like “What is disruptive innovation”
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  • 1st click: “A teacher standing up at the front of the room”2nd click: “One-to-one laptops or digital textbooks”Move to next slide: “We’re seeing lots of different blended learning models emerge”
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  • Move to next slide: “The one thing I would implore you to try to keep in mind as you do this is this….”
  • Is the rise of online learning a good thing? First of 4 benefits of online learning: Individualization.
  • Move to next slide when say: “What’s so exciting about online learning…”
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  • CREATE THE CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESS. DON’T PRESCRIBE THE HOW.Marketplace of choices = Multiple authorizers. Funding = $6,500 for FT Virtual (or same level as charters)vs. funding formula for NCVPS
  • Blended Learn - Today and Tomorrow - Disruptive

    1. 1. Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns Michael B. Horn mhorn@innosightinstitute.org Twitter: @innosightinstit
    2. 2. Disruption in computing
    3. 3. Disruption = affordability, accessibility Today • Toyota • Wal-Mart • Community colleges • Dell • Southwest Airlines • Fidelity • Canon • Microsoft • Oracle • Cingular • Apple iPod Yesterday • GM • Dept. Stores • State universities • Digital Eqpt. • Delta • JP Morgan • Xerox • IBM • Cullinet • AT&T • Sony DiskMan
    4. 4. Disruption of Toyota
    5. 5. Disruption = affordability, accessibility Today • Toyota • Wal-Mart • Community colleges • Dell • Southwest Airlines • Fidelity • Canon • Microsoft • Oracle • Cingular • Apple iPod Yesterday • GM • Dept. Stores • State universities • Digital Eqpt. • Delta • JP Morgan • Xerox • IBM • Cullinet • AT&T • Sony DiskMan Tomorrow • Chery • Internet retail • Online universities • Smart phones • Air taxis • ETFs • Zink • Linux • Salesforce.com • Skype • Smart phones
    6. 6. Prime examples of nonconsumption Budget cuts and teacher shortages are an opportunity, not a threat • Credit recovery • Drop outs • AP/advanced courses • Scheduling conflicts • Home-schooled and homebound students • Small, rural, urban schools • Unit recovery • Disaster preparedness • Tutoring • Developing countries • Professional development • Pre-K • After school • In the home • Incarcerated youth • In-school suspension • School bus commute • Summer school • Teacher absenteeism • Migrant worker families • Foreign languages
    7. 7. Online learning gaining adoption 50% all HS courses online by 2019
    8. 8. A formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path and/or pace at least in part in a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home (such as school). 100010 001111 010101 000 The modalities along each student’s learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience. 100010 001111 010101 000 The rise of K-12 blended learning
    9. 9. Blended learning is not…
    10. 10. Sustaining the chalkboardPerformance Time
    11. 11. Emerging blended-learning models
    12. 12. Station-rotation model Teacher-led Instruction Collaborative activities & stations Individualized Online Instruction T
    13. 13. Lab-rotation model: Rocky Mount Preparatory Source: Alex Hernandez, Charter School Growth Fund T Direct Instruction Literacy/ Social Studies T Direct Instruction Math/Science T Direct Instruction Literacy/ Social Studies Learning Lab Reading, Math P Teacher (T) Paraprofessional (P)
    14. 14. Flipped-classroom model
    15. 15. Individual-rotation model T T T Learning Lab Direct Instruction Group Projects 15:1 Central Learning Lab P Intervention Seminar 5:1 12:1 Source: Alex Hernandez, Charter School Growth Fund 273 students T = teacher P = paraprofessional P T
    16. 16. Flex model P = paraprofessional T = teacher History Room English Room Math Room Science Room w/ Lab Study Room T P P P Computer Lab Collaboration Area T T T Study Room Lunch/Social Area
    17. 17. Self-blend or A La Carte model
    18. 18. Enriched-virtual model
    19. 19. What’s the problem to be solved? Model selection & design Hiring strategy Professional development strategy Hardware & Internet strategy Software strategy Implementation Where to start?
    20. 20. Benefits of online learning  Individualization
    21. 21. Built to standardize
    22. 22. Different learning needs @ different times
    23. 23. Benefits of online learning  Individualization Data and Feedback
    24. 24. Fixed time, variable learning Deliver content to students Testing & assessment Progress to next grade, subject, or body of material Receive results
    25. 25. Competency-based learning Offer learning experiences for students Testing & assessment Progress to next body of material Receive real-time interactive feedback
    26. 26. Benefits of online learning  Individualization  Data and Feedback Teacher Effectiveness
    27. 27. Teacher Rigor Faculty Relationship Faculty Relevance Faculty Discipline Faculty Disaggregated staffing models New opportunities: • Teacher specialization • Extend the reach of best teachers • Career growth opportunities
    28. 28. Benefits of online learning  Individualization  Data and Feedback  Teacher Effectiveness  Cost Control
    29. 29. Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns Michael B. Horn mhorn@innosightinstitute.org Twitter: @innosightinstit
    30. 30. Policy: Move beyond old metrics Free up inputs Focus on student outcomes
    31. 31. Policy: Create conditions for innovation & quality Funding Portfolio approach Infrastructure
    32. 32. Rocky Mount Preparatory Rocky Mount, NC Doug Haynes CEO / President Angela M. Langley, MBA Dean of Math and Student Data Analysis, Math Coach/Coordinator
    33. 33. Rocky Mount Fast Facts • Public K–12 charter school in Rocky Mount, North Carolina • Independent North Carolina public charter school • 965 total students • College prep curriculum • Title I school • 5 percent English Language Learners • 65 percent minority students
    34. 34. Pain Points • (Need general BL pain point) • Years of student math under performance • Need to transition to upcoming Common Core State Standards that would only highlight students’ background learning gaps “Just to illustrate the lack of background knowledge some of our kids have, some of our kindergarten students don’t know their colors or the alphabet.” Angela Langley, Dean of Math
    35. 35. Blended Learning Solution • NEW Learning Lab • Add more content around non-DBL Blended Learning Solutions Rocky Mount decided to implement…if any??
    36. 36. Why DreamBox Learning? • Blended learning approach that would leverage both the Singapore Method and a supplemental online learning solution. • To identify those gaps, and reinforce the basics while providing the rigor required by the Common Core “We were impressed by DreamBox Learning’s excellent track record of supporting blended learning and Singapore Math and by its proven ability to identify and isolate gaps, remedy them, and enable learners to advance alongside their peers.” Angela Langley, Dean of Math
    37. 37. DreamBox Implementation • Deployed since September 2012 • Daily rotation for every K–5 students • 90 minutes per day, every day • Singapore Math learning model
    38. 38. Results with DreamBox Learning This is 3rd grade data for Fall testing. We consider mastery working above average, target as average, and frustrated as below average as defined by iSTEEP Norms for Math Computer Assessment BOY (Beginning of Year). This is 3rd grade data for Winter testing. We consider mastery working above average, target as average, and frustrated as below average as defined by iSTEEP Norms for Math Computer Assessment MOY (Middle of Year).
    39. 39. Results without DreamBox Learning Again, DreamBox was only used in K-5. We did introduce DreamBox to 6th grade students after students returned from Winter Break in January 2013. Since their introduction to DreamBox we have not conducted benchmark testing. Note the increase in "Math Frustrated". 6th Grade Winter Results 6th Grade Fall Results
    40. 40. DreamBox Combines Three Essential Elements to Accelerate Student Learning
    41. 41. For more information visit www.dreambox.com

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