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Blended Course Design Made Easy

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Slides presented at our Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning (November 3-5, 2010) - Post Conference Workshop.

Slides presented at our Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning (November 3-5, 2010) - Post Conference Workshop.

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  • 1. Blended Course Design Made Easy 3 simple steps to success!
  • 2. Overview & carousel Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Intention Analyze Simplicity Design Meaning Create Mini-presentations Wrap-up & evaluation
  • 3. http://wordle.net
  • 4. http://surveymonkey.com
  • 5. Get ideas about ways to engage students in a blended environment across disciplines.
  • 6. To design & teach a blended course to college faculty; make it fun!
  • 7. How to select appropriate activities for online and f2f components.
  • 8. I've never done anything in the blended format outside of a frozen margarita!
  • 9. Objectives • Models, research • Practical examples & templates • Hands-on experience • Create community & products
  • 10. Who are you?
  • 11. 200+ years of experience!
  • 12. We are a community of inquiry. We know more together than any of us know individually.
  • 13. Literature review
  • 14. http://communitiesofinquiry.com/model CoI Model Social Supporting Cognitive discourse Presence Presence Educ. Experience Setting Selecting climate content Teaching Presence
  • 15. In-class Online • Spontaneous • Reflective • Teacher-centered • Metacognitive • Initiate community • Support community
  • 16. Describes elements of a successful environment
  • 17. Instructor Competencies
  • 18. sophy COTS Classr Attitude/Philo oom M Building gmt Community e tud Faculty pti hA Workload c Te Mgmt Teaching & Learning
  • 19. sophy ? Classr Attitude/Philo oom M Building gmt Community 3 2 1 e tud Faculty pti hA Workload c Te Mgmt Teaching & Learning
  • 20. Describes characteristics of a successful instructor
  • 21. R2D2 Read Reflect Display Do
  • 22. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_mJzkyHK7sBI/SG_GvfgtqsI/AAAAAAAAAJc/uedzgMN8W7c/s1600-h/01F1.1_R2D2+components.jpg
  • 23. Provides a framework for balanced activities
  • 24. Implementing the 7 Principles Bloom’s Taxonomy Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction Photo credit: La Petite Vie http://www.flickr.com/photos/megjohn/3532981656/sizes/l/
  • 25. intention. simplicity. meaning.
  • 26. design with purpose
  • 27. find the essence
  • 28. achieve clarity
  • 29. create meaning
  • 30. Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/peasap/518956588/sizes/l/
  • 31. Roll Up Your Sleeves!
  • 32. Carousel Activity
  • 33. Small groups Directio ns Brainstorm answers Move on to next after time’s up Review & report
  • 34. Think about the ideas & topics discussed. What reaffirmed that you are on the right track? What new idea(s) came to light that you might try in the future? What do you want to learn or do next?
  • 35. Big Picture analysis intention 1
  • 36. Text: 22-333 http://poll4.com Tweet: @poll
  • 37. 22-333 @poll poll4.com What is your first step in designing a course? Learning Assess objectives Technologies mastery Syllabus
  • 38. Your poll will appear here when you play the slide show. To play the slide show, Click “Play” in the menu and then “Play Slide Show.” Did you remember to connect to Poll Everywhere with our connection app?
  • 39. faculty Directions administrators support staff
  • 40. faculty administrators support staff Dire ctions What is your key role? What do you like about blended? What concerns you?
  • 41. Think about the ideas & topics discussed. Why is cutting content so difficult? How do you keep focus on what is important? Go to http://tinyurl.com/sloanc-blended2010
  • 42. ec k? ak ch Bre intention. simplicity. meaning.
  • 43. Your Unique Blend design simplicity 2
  • 44. Text: 22-333 http://poll4.com Tweet: @poll
  • 45. 22-333 @poll poll4.com Learning theories provide insights into how human brains work, but have limited value when designing curriculum. True False
  • 46. Your poll will appear here when you play the slide show. To play the slide show, Click “Play” in the menu and then “Play Slide Show.” Did you remember to connect to Poll Everywhere with our connection app?
  • 47. How do we learn?
  • 48. Cognitive load
  • 49. Repetition Repetition Repetition
  • 50. Learning is social
  • 51. Let’s do social learning!
  • 52. Groups of 3 ctions Dire Research 2 techs Go to tinyurl.com/sloanc-blended2010 Jigsaw Research Pick a group page & start editing!
  • 53. 5-10 minutes Individually Part II Scan other pages & add ideas or comments
  • 54. Course Quality learning instructional assessments objectives strategies
  • 55. Eliminate fluff. Don’t over-stuff!
  • 56. Your unique blend learning objectives spontaneous metacognitive initiate teacher- reflective support community oriented community f2f access online practice assmts your preferred strategies your preferred strategies your preferred assessments content interaction feedback
  • 57. Think about the ideas & topics discussed. What one new technology or technique might you try upon returning to your home institution?
  • 58. Our accomplishments:
  • 59. We formed a community Models Resources Ideas (lots!) Big Picture Perspectives Reflections Learning principles Technologies ...and more!
  • 60. Start a movement! http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement.html
  • 61. o u ! nk y T h a intention. simplicity. meaning.