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  • 1. H E A T H E R A S K E A U V A W I S E C E N T E R F O R T E A C H I N G E X C E L L E N C E H A S K E A @ U V A W I S E . E D U Blended Learning Using Moodle
  • 2. Vocabulary Quiz
  • 3. Vocabulary Quiz
  • 4. Designing Your Blended Learning  Planning is the key  Moodle makes it easy to create modules  Think through to the outcome
  • 5. Models of Online Design  Quality Matters- QM is a rubric that guides the design and development of online courses. It consists of 8 guiding principles and 41 indicators. http://www.qmprogram.org/files/QM_Standards_2011-2013.pdf  Instructional Design Models (This is a general overview of everything you probably learned in your teacher prep program and then promptly forgot) http://carbon.ucdenver.edu/~mryder/itc/idmodels.html  Intro to Online Course Design- This article gives you more insight into the design process of online instruction. http://www.onlineuniversities.com/articles/educators/intro-to-online- course-design/  The Design of An Online Course- This article gives you the ADDIE model (which really isn't a model, but an approach). The Gurus of instructional Design twitch when they see this model but I think it provides a great starting point for thinking through your online course.) http://teach.ucf.edu/pedagogy/design-of-an-online-course/
  • 6. Building Pathways for Communication • Communication tips from the University of Illinois: http://www.ion.uillinois.edu/resources/tutorials/communication/feedback.asp • Lost in Translation: Importance of Effective Communication in Online Education http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/summer122/betts122.html
  • 7. Understanding and Maximizing effectiveness of Forums • Builds class community by promoting discussion on course topics • Allows time for in-depth reflection- students have more time to reflect, research & compose their thoughts before participating in the discussion • Facilitates learning by allowing students to view & to respond to the work of others • Develops thinking & writing skills • Allows guest experts to participate in the course by posting information & responding to questions
  • 8. Understanding Roles of Forums Student Bios Discussion Assignments Student Facilitation Guest Speakers Student Lounge Ask Experts Debates Polling Role Play Small Groups Peer Review Content Area
  • 9. Scaffolding Online Success with Digital Media
  • 10. Online Learning Materials  Think about the ways students will access  Find materials that are in Creative Commons  Understand Copyright
  • 11. Building More Collaborative Environments  Collaboration is the key to engagement  Provide the tools for collaboration  Provides for collaboration beyond the classroom
  • 12. Building Effective Assessments  Must have this in place before starting  Use a variety of tools to assess  Use the grade book whenever possible
  • 13. Supporting Online Learners  You MUST have a plan.  Videos REALLY help  Use the students as support
  • 14. Resources for this presentation are found at: www.learningdifferently.wikispaces.com

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