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Evaluating Blended Learning

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Collaborative roundtable on evaluating blended learning in August 2012

Collaborative roundtable on evaluating blended learning in August 2012

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  • 1. Evaluating Blended Learning? Professor Mike KeppellDirector, The Flexible Learning Institute Charles Sturt University 1
  • 2. Inspiration ProcessExploring Good Principles Practice DVD Perspectives BFL Blog Strategy Case Studies Inspiring Best Development Practice in Aspirational Blended and Framework Flexible Resources Learning Support Delicious links Course Slideshare Symposiums PresentationsFLI Fellowships Twitter News 2
  • 3. Teaching Fellowship SchemeParticipation of all twenty-four schools at theUniversity2008 – 6 fellows, 2009 – 5 fellows, 2010 – 5 fellows,2011 – 6 fellows, 2012 – 3 fellowsThe fellowship scheme provides a .5 release fromregular teaching duties over a 12 month period. 3
  • 4. Course/Degree Symposium Grants• Course/degree teams• In support of this strategy the FLI Developed a set of principles for good practice in blended and flexible learnin ,• ‘5 perspectives’ framework to assist course teams. 4
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  • 7. Activity• Focus on one project and design evaluation strategies that focus on three of the following….. 7
  • 8. Evaluation• Impact on learner• Impact on teacher• Impact for the discipline• Impact for the school/faculty• Impact for the organization 8