Blended Learning group presentation in my ICT class

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  • Students using email to collaborate, using videos or other web resources online, using a learning management system- Brainhoney, collaborating by using google docs or google hangoutLMS- Brainhoney, Moodle, Schoology, Edmodo, Blackboard

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  • 1. Afie Yuliana Dwi Rahayu Rani Endina Samsu Bahri
  • 2. Traditional learning E-learning  Retaining social interactions  Promote public speaking skills  Promote writing skills  Build connection between student and teacher  Accessibility and flexibility  Enhancing learning independency  Various types of learning experience  Promoting participations for introverts
  • 3. Activity Class Program Institution
  • 4.  Accessibility and flexibility  Enhancing learning independency  Various types of learning experience  Retaining social interactions with students  Promoting participations for introverts
  • 5.  It is the answer to fulfill learning needs in an effective and efficient way  It purposes to intersect best aspects of face-to-face with online learning
  • 6. Owson et al (2006)  Due to the developing of critical thinking and the need of student’s satisfaction  Offering flexibility  Spending efficiency
  • 7. Graham, Allen, and Ure (2005) states that commonly people choose blended learning because: 1) blended learning is improving education, 2) access and flexibility, and 3) cost efficiency
  • 8. Bonk, Olson, Wisher, & Orvis  Accessibility and flexibility  Less face-to-face learning  Enhancing learning independency  Various types of learning experiences  Retaining social interaction between students  Promoting participation for introverts
  • 9.  full provision of module related documents in electronic format,  regular formative assessment with feedback, opportunities to learn from each other collaboratively,  electronic personal development planning,  the opportunity to submit all appropriate summative assessment electronically,  All face-to-face learning is interactive.
  • 10.  Help to guide students  Design and manage their activities  Direct their learning  Help develop their skills
  • 11.  Email Communication  Videos/Simulations  Google Docs, Google Chat  Podcasts  Discussion Boards, Class Wiki’s  Any use of technology Depends on your needs in and out of the classroom…
  • 12. Blended E-Learning Cooperative Approach (BeLCA) It comprises three aspects: 1) e-learning 2) Face-to-face 3) Cooperative learning
  • 13. A. Blended E-Learning It combines the use of technology with face-to-face learning. B. Cooperative Learning It is defined as a learning process which students learn in pairs or groups.
  • 14. This approach combines face-to-face learning, the utilization of technology in learning, and learning activity in pairs or groups. It emphasizes on various learning processes in order to promote cooperative learning.
  • 15.  Internet cost  Computer availability in a great number of schools  Many teachers do not have enough technology literacy  Student readiness  Teacher’s workload  Institution support  Internet abuse anxiety
  • 16. Social Discourse Social Interaction Peer Guidance Teacher Interaction BelCA Lesson Plan and face to face learning Content Interaction
  • 17. Analysis FEEDBACK Design Development Implementation Try-Out Evaluation
  • 18.  Egypt has supported teachers so that they are used to delivering on-line course and developing website which enable them to exchange information, comments, suggestions and materials (Wanchaver,2004)
  • 19.  on-line courses  content development training  e-learning management  e-learning services and devices  Equipped a large number of school with computers, internet, human resources, software and professional development
  • 20. Institutional success factors: • Readiness • Commitment • Sufficient resources • good concept of BL • Practice of regular evaluation and result publishing
  • 21. Maturity and readiness for BL Responsibility and good management skill Consistency and transparancy of communication around the expectation
  • 22. Professional development On-going pedagogical and technical support to sustain teacher innovation Fears of losing control  Workloads
  • 23.  Blended Learning is the incorporation of traditional learning and e-learning  Blended learning can be applied as an alternative approach in teaching  Blended learning can be integrated with cooperative and collaborative learning (BelCa)  It is effective, efficient, and attractive  Allows student to be an important part in learning and build learning interdependency