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    • Fran LoConnecticut, USA
    • •Bestof F2F and online instruction•Seamless
    •  Middle school English teacher Teacher tech support Background systems development, F2F user support Moodle blended (hybrid) 3 years
    • My essential question
    • Key decision
    • • F2F meetings• Digital tools • Links to resources • Separate team work area • Chats jury deliberations• Example: Mock Trial
    • • Acting / drama F2F• Shakespeare thru performance• Discussions-moodle• Resources-moodle• Research/share – moodle• Present research F2F
    • • Not flashcards• Not taking class time• Not glossary=one entry per word• Social• Rich source of info
    • • New skills/tools - F2F• Online research tools (databases)• Related tools (citation machine)
    •  Online text assignment Student private reflection Student problems/roadblocks Undivided personal teacher attention Helped me identify problems quickly
    • • Lesson (moodle 1.9) – path through tasks, assessments control progress.• Many chances evaluate websites/info• Valid? Biased? True?• F2F convo
    • • Proctoring• Students choose keyboard essay tests Image from clipart
    •  Surveymonkey - online Analyze – F2F, groups, Excel
    •  Vocab Seeing the pics for the words the fact that we could use it a a diffrent form of work online instead of just writing it with a pen and pencil it was good to study from because there were all these different sentences. that we didnt have to hand things in, we could just put them on the moodle. It was easy, fun, and we could access it from home
    •  Original reason for Moodle – secure discussion Allows for reflection Eliminates time pressure Encourages participation Students write more (but perceive as talking)
    •  Thinking outside class Extend class Parallel class All participate Changes class dynamic
    •  Students share work Plan for technical glitches
    •  Hand in work Share work ◦ Speaking skills in F2F class
    •  What do you want students to learn?
    •  New skills New activities Don’t assume students have skills Strategy: ◦ Give task, resources ◦ Mistakes ◦ Help each other
    •  Course entry: Clear short written instructions “What do the directions say?”
    •  Include due date Short video (Jing) Alternative if technical difficulties Check your email…
    •  Units = Topics (vs. week) Some topics change Some same all year (vocabulary)
    •  Acceptable use policy ◦ Behavior you expect ◦ Consequences Communicate with parents ◦ Why, examples ◦ Monitoring, consequences ◦ Alternatives
    •  Identify ◦ Behavior ◦ Progress ◦ Problems… Emails – ◦ Forum posts ◦ Uploads
    • Link to reply directly
    •  Chats, discussions, wiki, reflections, quiz…. Gradebook,comments - private Assignments – private feedback Your forum posts - public
    •  Private F2F convo Private/public F2F attaboys…
    •  Best F2F & online instruction Use together 1 – learning objectives 2 - what belongs F2F vs. online 3 - logistics
    •  Sample website: http://tinyurl.com/mrslosample Docs: http://www.scribd.com/francesblo Email: flo at saint-bernard.com @francesblo Blog: http://adventuresonlineteaching.blogspot.com
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