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    1. 1. Blend, Don‟t Break – Thoughts on the Changing Instructional Landscape Howard Lurie OESIS – October 10, 2013
    2. 2. •Unbundled Schools • The Platform Land Rush • More than Rocket Science Blend, Don‟t Break…
    3. 3. A Highly Selective and Personal Timeline 2012 edX, Open Source MOOC2008 OER / DLO / TD 2006 IWB 2004 1:1 2000 wysiwyg campus 1994 MIT Netscape 1992 PINE@wi lliams.ed u 1986 8 mm / slides
    4. 4. •Unbundled Schools • The Platform Land Rush • More than Rocket Science Blend, Don‟t Break…
    5. 5. Unbundling Forces driving an unbundling of learning, education, and schools: • unprecedented digital tools, platforms and services • erosion of public / institutional monopolies • multiple pathways for school – college – workplace transitions • competency based instructional models challenging time-based models
    6. 6. An Unbundling Framework M.P. Staton
    7. 7. An Unbundling Framework M.P. Staton
    8. 8. Unbundled Schools – Implications Interoperable & visual data http://hint.fm/projects/wind/ Karen Cator: LPS: Learnin g Position System
    9. 9. Unbundled Schools – Implications Networked, p2p professional development https://p2pu.org/en/groups/schools/school-of-open/
    10. 10. Unbundled Schools – Implications Open content meshed with “less than” open How large systems change: Thoughts on the future of higher education, George Siemens, PhD, September 3, 2013
    11. 11. Unbundled Schools – Implications Which “college” will be for Everyone? 2,4,6,8 years?
    12. 12. • Unbundled Schools • The Platform Land Rush • More than Rocket Science Blend, Don‟t Break…
    13. 13. The Platform Land Rush
    14. 14. Education Sector Factbook, 201 There‟s Gold in demder Hills
    15. 15. After: We‟ve Flipped the Funnel Same staff resources as 150 person on-campus class 7,157 Certified8,240 Took the Final 9,318 Passed the Mid-Term 10,547 Made it the Mid-Term 26, 349 Tried the First Problem Set 154,763 Registered for 6.002x: Circuits and Electronics
    16. 16. Platform Land Rush Observations: • All platforms are not created equal! • “Delivery” platforms do not always imply functional software platforms. • Platform solutions are only part of a successful instructional service model
    17. 17. LMS Market Share, 1997 - 2013
    18. 18. Platform Questions to Consider • Open source? Open source license? • Service level agreements • Business model? Where is the provider going to be in 6, 12, 18 months? • Interoperability • Open access / OER
    19. 19. Click to Start or Just Minimize to the Desktop?
    20. 20. Wait… who has the map? Who has the compass? Instructional Questions to Consider • What are the core instructional goals you‟re trying to accomplish? • Does a platform (service, delivery, etc) lead to measurably significant instructional change? • What is the research design? How will / can data be used to improve instruction? • What will be gained? • What will be lost?
    21. 21. • Unbundled Schools •The Platform Land Rush •More than Rocket Science Blend, Don‟t Break…
    22. 22. A New Coin of the Realm
    23. 23. Flipped and Blended Classrooms
    24. 24. Will it Blend?
    25. 25. More complex than rocket science… Candace Thille, Schools of Tomorrow, 9/17/13 That‟s what I‟ve spent the last 10 years of my life doing. One thing we found is that learning is really complex… Once a colleague asked me, „why do you study learning? We all teach, it‟s not rocket science.‟ Well, actually it’s more complex than rocket science. Really understanding human learning at that episodic moment where you have change in thought is a complex process
    26. 26. Blended Flavors of the Week
    27. 27. Yes, it will blend, but… More than Rocket Science… • Learning engineers – the new instructional designer. • Invest in faculty development and support; don‟t ignore the destabilizing realities of blended learning. • instructional solutions for instructional problems. • research driven, but recognize it‟s still early days.
    28. 28. Thanks! Howard Lurie CS4Ed – Consulting Services for Education howard.lurie@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/in/howardlurie

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