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This session will explore:• what blended means for us  and what it might look like•stories of how different facilitators a...
What does blended learning mean to you, in the context of                 our work in schools?                            ...
"The Blended e-Learning team explores the smart use of    e-Learning tools, resources and teaching/learning  strategies us...
What might this look like? Anaru
Why blend? Whats the point forlearning?•   flexible approach to PD design•   schools can have agency•   extends face-to-fa...
Whats the point nationally? To build e-capability in schools across New Zealand, we must....  •   connect & integrate e-le...
Where are your roadblocks?                             Image: Arthur Chapman
Your weroShare practical ways to use specifictechnologies to•   extend the learning between F2F visits•   allow staff to w...
How can the online team support you?                                Source: BeL Team/Te Toi Tupu
ONE way in which you will meet theblended needs of your schools?
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This is the presentation that was part of a webinar on blended learning organised by the Blended e-Learning team in Te Toi Tupu.

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  • KAREN\n
  • Karen > A story to cue up prior knowledge\n
  • KAREN\n
  • Most importantly, the focus of blended e-learning is not the technologies, but the way the technologies are integrated - blended - into an effectively designed learner-focused experience.\n
  • TESSA\n\nBlended e-learning can range from informal to formalised learning, and across the range of the sectors including early years, school, tertiary and workplace learning. Regardless of contexts, the key characteristics or dimensions of blended e-learning can be defined as offering ubiquitous learning opportunities for increased agency and connected interaction:\n● across different spaces, from physical to virtual;\n● with and across time constraints, from synchronous, real-time to asynchronous, time-lagged learning;\n● across a rich range of media, from rich multi-media to text-only modes;\n
  • 9.45\nTESSA > shoulder-tap\nwhat are they doing?\nwhy are they doing it?\npositives and challenges?\n
  • 10.00\nKAREN\n\nNew knowledge building: If each act as connector/feeders, what might we be doing face-to-face and online? What would we see?\n...This will increase e-learning capability of “professional e-learning networks to connect and support leaders, teacher and PLD providers to integrate and share e-learning opportunities” Page 2 of E-Learning PLD contract.\n...This will help to “create and foster opportunities for collaboration within and between schools” Page 3 of E-Learning PLD contract.\nThis will help to build “coherent and integrated learning networks and PLD provision” Page 3 of E-Learning PLD contract.\n\nExternal driver - contract, eLPF\nInternal driver - Karen has tips for why blended is powerful to learners - autonomy, flexible, personal\nWhy blended?\nWhat is different about blended approaches....\n\nImage source: License\n Some rights reserved by JP<3!\n
  • 10.00\nKAREN\nNew knowledge building: If each act as connector/feeders, what might we be doing face-to-face and online? What would we see?\n...This will increase e-learning capability of “professional e-learning networks to connect and support leaders, teacher and PLD providers to integrate and share e-learning opportunities” Page 2 of E-Learning PLD contract.\n...This will help to “create and foster opportunities for collaboration within and between schools” Page 3 of E-Learning PLD contract.\nThis will help to build “coherent and integrated learning networks and PLD provision” Page 3 of E-Learning PLD contract.\n\nExternal driver - contract, eLPF\nInternal driver - Karen has tips for why blended is powerful to learners - autonomy, flexible, personal\n\nImage: License\n Some rights reserved by Images by John 'K'\n
  • KAREN\n
  • KAREN\nEach group > ONE practical way to address each bullet point in a shared doc?\n\nTESSA > Google doc\n\n\n10.15 Wero (complete co-constructed doc?): Think about your schools/facilitators. When will you integrate tech into face-to-face to:\n\nInvestigation: As well as Face-to-Face visits...How can we meet individual needs (Inquiry - literacy, Māori, boys, science) of schools locally/regionally while meeting collective needs or trends nationally ONLINE? EG common areas of interest/concern in eLPF.\nInquiry: How can we work in ways that connects schools to other resources and each other, so that we can broker independent networks of support?\nInquiry: How we set up sustainability in a wider e-learning community?\n\nCan we as a group, collaboratively brainstorm and co-construct specific online goals (3) that can address one or more of the above within specific timelines and do this in Google doc in real time (strategy split into groups inside Blackboard Collaborate)? \n\nA goal may be indicative of:\ndifferentiated school needs (Inquiry focus)\nonline action plan\nprinciples of UDL\nculturally responsive practice\n\nwith possible reference to specific online tools/strategies (VLN, social networking, webinars)\n\nEG….I will focus on XXXXX (online goal) once a week\nEG….I will focus on XXXXXXX (online goal) once a month\nEG I aim to XXXXXX within the next six months\n\nGoals for online team to help..\nEG….My online facilitator/buddy can help me with XXXXX …...\n
  • TESSA\nActivity:\n9.30Meet n greet\n9.35Question (brainstorm on whiteboard): Share an example (backchat/mic) of how they are using it in schools\n
  • KAREN\nDomain 3 design of effective PD based on need\n\nHow can the online team help\n\nEvaluation form\nBlended doc.\n
  • Webinar: Ways to work blended

    1. 1. Webinar - ways to work blended Image: freedigitalphotos.net
    2. 2. This session will explore:• what blended means for us and what it might look like•stories of how different facilitators are using blended approaches with their schools•questions, challenges and opportunities
    3. 3. What does blended learning mean to you, in the context of our work in schools? Source: Blended e-Learning team / Te Toi Tupu
    4. 4. "The Blended e-Learning team explores the smart use of e-Learning tools, resources and teaching/learning strategies using a blend of face-to-face and virtual approaches with the aim of improving student learning. This work is underpinned and guided by the five dimensions in the e-Learning Planning Framework " Image: Ministry of Education; Quote: Te Toi Tupu - BeL Team
    5. 5. What might this look like? Anaru
    6. 6. Why blend? Whats the point forlearning?• flexible approach to PD design• schools can have agency• extends face-to-face• models effective use of ICTs for learning• new opportunities to connect & share• equitable access to resources• de-silos practice Image: Some rights reserved by JP<3!
    7. 7. Whats the point nationally? To build e-capability in schools across New Zealand, we must.... • connect & integrate e-learning knowledge • helps schools de-silo, within and between • enable nationwide collaboration • develop professional e-learning networks • foster a national hub to support lift • extend local PLD services • provide flexible, adaptable services ....to help schools prepare for ultra-fast broadband. Image: Some rights reserved by John K
    8. 8. Where are your roadblocks? Image: Arthur Chapman
    9. 9. Your weroShare practical ways to use specifictechnologies to• extend the learning between F2F visits• allow staff to work flexibly on inquiries?• collate and connect with each other?• connect with schools beyond your own?
    10. 10. How can the online team support you? Source: BeL Team/Te Toi Tupu
    11. 11. ONE way in which you will meet theblended needs of your schools?
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