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Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
Defining blendedlearning.independentmodule.20131018 v1
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  • 1. Inst ruct ions For the best viewing experience, please view this module in presentation mode by selecting the presentation button at the bottom left side of this screen. 1 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 2. Defining Blended Learning: Independent Module 2 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 3. A genda 3© 2013 Education Elements PART I: The Modern Learner (5-7 minutes) PART II: Blended Learning 101 (8-10 minutes)
  • 4. The Modern Learner 4 © 2013 Education Elements CONTEXT: When we look at the characteristics of the “Modern Learner” we can begin to understand the need for a shift in student and teacher roles within the classroom. This shift has prompted a focus on different instructional models, many that incorporate technology, which we call Blended Learning. DIRECTIONS: The video on the following slide showcases Ian Jukes, founding partner of the 21st Century Project and international consulting group. Please take the next 5-7 minutes to watch the video clip to understand the characteristics of modern learners and the need for new instructional models, as well as answer the following questions: 1.What does Jukes argue is the key to preparing students for life in the future? 2.With your current understanding of instructional technology, if you were to take one “baby step,” as Jukes requests towards changing how you teach using technology, what step would that be?
  • 5. The Modern Learner 5 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 6. The Modern Learner Directions: Please respond to the following questions and submit your responses via email to XX Questions to Consider: 1. What does Jukes argue is the key to preparing students for life in the future? 2. With your current understanding of instructional technology, if you were to take one “baby step,” as Jukes requests towards changing how you teach using technology, what step would that be? 6 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 7. PART II: BLENDED LEARNING 101 7 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 8. B lended Learning 101 © 2013 Education Elements 8 CONTEXT: Blended Learning 101 will introduce you to the basics of blended learning, continue to foster your exploration of the need for new instructional models and summarize the benefits of blended learning DIRECTIONS: The videos on the following slides are from Education Elements, an education and technology company that works with schools across the country to design and implement blended classrooms, and they explain the basics of blended learning. Please take the next 8-10 minutes to watch the video clips and answer the following questions: 1.At this point, how would you define blended learning? 2.How do you think technology might make differentiation and providing students feedback more efficient? How might this apply to your classroom? 3.What is the role of the teacher in a blended learning environment?
  • 9. B lended Learning 101: Video 1 9 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 10. B lended Learning 101: Video 2 10 © 2013 Education Elements
  • 11. B lended Learning 101 Directions: Please respond to the following questions and submit your responses via email to XX Questions to Consider 1. At this point, how would you define blended learning? 2. How do you think technology might make differentiation and providing students feedback more efficient? How might this apply to your classroom? 3. What is the role of the teacher in a blended learning environment? 11 © 2013 Education Elements

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