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  • 1. ee-Learning Internships and Moodle Peter Crooke Lower Merion School District Community-Based Learning
  • 2. Outline • David Kolb as Foundation • eeLearning: Godwin and Kaplan • Hybrid Learning • My Own Experiences as a Student • My own Experiences as Teacher
  • 3. David Kolb
  • 4. eeLearning 1 • Godwin, Lindsey and Kaplan, Soren (200). “Designing ee-Learning Environments: Lessons From and Online Workshop.” Innovate (4.4), April/May 2008. • Response to a growing need for professional training in which field experiences and learning environments are brought together.
  • 5. Hybrid Learning Defined • Bringing together the best worlds of face-to- face learning and online learning
  • 6. ee-Learning Defined • Steve Eskow • “ee-Learning as defined by Steve Eskow describes a hybrid approach to pedagogy that combines online learning with experiential, offline, hands-on learning” (Godwin and Kaplan 2008).
  • 7. Definitions of Hybrid Learning (updated) • Face-to-Face/Online • Online/Online • Experience/Online • Experience/Face-to-Face/Online
  • 8. ee-Learning Course Design • A Weekly quot;Live Meeting.quot; (teleconference to review and preview) • Offline Learning activities. (field work) • Readings. (theory and practice) • Learning Presentations. (prerecorded lectures along with video case studies) • Reflective Prompts. (make links between the theory and their own experiences)
  • 9. My Own Experience (as a student) • Preview (Why?) • Readings (Theory) • Other Online Activities (TA) • Prerecorded Learning Activities (Resources) • Reflection (What did we learn?)
  • 10. My Own Experience (as a teacher) • Walk Through (Preview) • Experiential Learning Classes • Job Shadowing
  • 11. Q&A • Let’s ask about the warts. • Let’s ask about the experience. • Let’s ask about the good stuff. • Let’s share our own experiences.