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EXPLORING ONLINE LEARNING
TECHNOLOGY WITHIN
BLENDED AND DISTANCE
EDUCATION
Jen McCoy
Nicholas Yates
What will support pair and group
collaboration?
What will add extra learning to my
presentations?
What will foster academi...
THE POSSIBILITIES OF
BLENDED AND DISTANCE
EDUCATION
Discuss
Engagement

Explore a tool

Interaction

See small activities
...
WHAT IS
BLENDED
LEARNING?
@Z
U

WHAT IS
DISTANCE
LEARNING?
BLENDED LEARNING
A course that blends online and face-to-face delivery.
Substantial proportion of the content is delivered...
DISTANCE LEARNING
An institution-based, formal education where the learning group is
separated and where interactive telec...
ENGAGEMENT
WHAT IS
ENGAGEMENT
?

What does it mean in
education?
What does it look like in a class?
What elements influence
engagemen...
For us, engagement includes
students working beyond a surface
level
students having interest in the topic
intellectual inv...
ENGAGEMENT VIDEO #1
Showcasing active tasks to promote engagement within a
session
OUTLINE + COLLABORATE
TOOLS
•

Preparing a session
•

•

Uploading PowerPoint slides and an image

Initiating a session
•
...
video
ENGAGEMENT VIDEO #2
Showcasing active tasks to promote engagement within a
session
OUTLINE + COLLABORATE
TOOLS
•

Facilitating a session
•

•

Whiteboard slides

Pair and group discussions
•

Breakout room...
video
POSTENGAGEMENT
VIDEOS
REFLECTION
How did the activities
promote engagement?
How could we engage
students in a blended or
d...
WHAT IS
INTERACTION
?

What does it mean in
education?
What does it look like in a class?
What elements influence
interact...
For us, interaction includes
The dealings between various elements
in
cognitive and social levels.
student - teacher
stude...
INTERACTION VIDEO
Showcasing a series of tasks to promote interaction
within a session
OUTLINE + COLLABORATE
TOOLS
•

Continuing a session
•

•

Web tour

Pair and group discussions
•

Breakout rooms
video
POSTINTERACTION
VIDEOS
REFLECTION

How did the activities
promote interaction?
How could engage students in
a blended or d...
A FINAL THOUGHT
What will support pair and group
collaboration?
What will add extra learning to my
presentations?
What will foster academi...
IMAGE REFERENCES

Cartoon Hugh
https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/access/content/group/cae6b8be-d9ce-446c-806c-ba4f5fa8dd16/formati...
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  1. 1. EXPLORING ONLINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY WITHIN BLENDED AND DISTANCE EDUCATION Jen McCoy Nicholas Yates
  2. 2. What will support pair and group collaboration? What will add extra learning to my presentations? What will foster academic engagement? What will aid interaction in classes? What will help increase motivation to attend sessions?
  3. 3. THE POSSIBILITIES OF BLENDED AND DISTANCE EDUCATION Discuss Engagement Explore a tool Interaction See small activities Reflect
  4. 4. WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING? @Z U WHAT IS DISTANCE LEARNING?
  5. 5. BLENDED LEARNING A course that blends online and face-to-face delivery. Substantial proportion of the content is delivered online, typically uses online discussions, and typically has some face-toface meetings. http://sloanconsortium.org/publications/survey/blended06
  6. 6. DISTANCE LEARNING An institution-based, formal education where the learning group is separated and where interactive telecommunication systems are used to connect learners, resources and instructors. Schlosser, L., & Simonson, M. (2006). Distance education: Definition and glossary of terms (2nd ed.). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  7. 7. ENGAGEMENT
  8. 8. WHAT IS ENGAGEMENT ? What does it mean in education? What does it look like in a class? What elements influence engagement?
  9. 9. For us, engagement includes students working beyond a surface level students having interest in the topic intellectual involvement passive active The following videos show small activities that may
  10. 10. ENGAGEMENT VIDEO #1 Showcasing active tasks to promote engagement within a session
  11. 11. OUTLINE + COLLABORATE TOOLS • Preparing a session • • Uploading PowerPoint slides and an image Initiating a session • Highlighter • Whiteboard
  12. 12. video
  13. 13. ENGAGEMENT VIDEO #2 Showcasing active tasks to promote engagement within a session
  14. 14. OUTLINE + COLLABORATE TOOLS • Facilitating a session • • Whiteboard slides Pair and group discussions • Breakout rooms • Whiteboard
  15. 15. video
  16. 16. POSTENGAGEMENT VIDEOS REFLECTION How did the activities promote engagement? How could we engage students in a blended or distance education class? How could you see these tools being used?
  17. 17. WHAT IS INTERACTION ? What does it mean in education? What does it look like in a class? What elements influence interaction?
  18. 18. For us, interaction includes The dealings between various elements in cognitive and social levels. student - teacher student - student student - content The following video show small activities that may contribute towards interaction
  19. 19. INTERACTION VIDEO Showcasing a series of tasks to promote interaction within a session
  20. 20. OUTLINE + COLLABORATE TOOLS • Continuing a session • • Web tour Pair and group discussions • Breakout rooms
  21. 21. video
  22. 22. POSTINTERACTION VIDEOS REFLECTION How did the activities promote interaction? How could engage students in a blended or distance education class? How could you see these tools being used?
  23. 23. A FINAL THOUGHT
  24. 24. What will support pair and group collaboration? What will add extra learning to my presentations? What will foster academic engagement? What will aid interaction in classes? What will help increase motivation to attend sessions?
  25. 25. IMAGE REFERENCES Cartoon Hugh https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/access/content/group/cae6b8be-d9ce-446c-806c-ba4f5fa8dd16/formative-eassessment/CartoonSo All images used under Creative Commons licence What is engagement? http://www.flickr.com/photos/34580986@N03/4985041197/ Passive engagement http://www.flickr.com/photos/45935639@N02/8502372984/ Active engagement http://www.flickr.com/photos/35364426@N06/3426064805/ Post-video reflections http://www.flickr.com/photos/43698630@N00/2403249501/ Interaction - student teacher http://www.flickr.com/photos/22104733@N06/7473993958/ Interaction - student discussion http://www.flickr.com/photos/94353977@N00/2987232840/
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