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  • 1. “...on average, students in online learning conditions performed better than those receiving face-to-face classes.”
  • 2. K12 Online Education Options
    100% of Day Online
    Full-time
    Virtual Schools
    Site-Based Online Course Lab
    Online courses offered by B&M district
    Online Tech Enhanced Courses & Schools
    Brick N Mortar
    Full Virtual
    State Supplemental Programs
    Hybrid courses
    College-Hosted Virtual Courses
    Traditional Tech Integrated Classroom
    0% of Day Online
  • 3. The effectiveness of online learning is tied to learning time, curriculum, pedagogy, and opportunities for collaboration
    Webcasts
    Scavenger hunts,roleplay, science simulations, Google Apps
    Peer tutoring and feedback
    Professional learning communities
    community service
  • 4. Give learners control of their interactions with media
    move, use, remix, edit, build, change, click, interact, change, create, share, rate, record…
    http://openreflections.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/rip-a-remix-manifesto.jpg
  • 5. Online learning can be enhanced by prompting learner reflection
    • Multiple modalities of learning
    • 6. Self-monitoring and self-explanation
    • 7. Blogs
    • 8. Peer feedback
    • 9. Reflective summaries
  • Who is teaching online
    and how do they get their training?
    Who is designing online curriculum
    and how do they get their training?
    Training K12 online teachers& curriculum designers
  • 10. K-12 Online Teachers
    Experienced Workforce
    99% credentialed teachers
    Only 2% new to the teaching profession
    73% 6+years of total teaching experience
    55% M.S. degree+
    46% 45+ hours of training in online teaching
    Learn more at Going Virtual!
  • 11. edtechisland.wetpaint.com
  • 12. EDTECH Island Then
    January 2007
  • 13. EDTECH Island Now
    • 12 graduate courses, $200K tuition
    • 14. “Construction Junction” workshop
    • 15. 8 instructors, multiple GA’s
    • 16. Avg. 450 unique visitors per week
    • 17. Guest speaker
    • 18. “Home” to over 50 international educators
    • 19. EDTECH Community 1,500 members
    • 20. Sandbox, classrooms, amphitheater, and learning centers open to the public
    • 21. CAVE Partnership
  • Pedagogy in Virtual Worlds
  • Learning Design in VW
    Teachers’ needs:
  • Key Metric: Persistence
    spaces in which the artifacts of others help guide new learners and where users are free to move and interact as they please(Jones & Bronack, 2007)
    Aha!
  • 44. Design for Persistence
    Aug. 2-9
    Aug. 10-17
    • Use nodes and pathways
  • Persistence:What we’ve learned
    Group notices support persistence
  • 45. Persistence:What we’ve learned
    Offer living spaces to community members
    Offer free services to the public
  • 46. Persistence:What we’ve learned
    Know when people are participating
  • 47. Persistence:What we’ve learned
    Know who is participating