Why Go Online?            External Factors Affecting the Big Push to Go Online!                                           ...
What are the driving forces?
What are the driving forces?    Michael Olmert, Smithsonian Book of Books (Smithsonian Institution, 1992)
What are the driving forces?      Image shared with me by Kyle Bowen at Perdue University
What are the driving forces?       Image screen captured from http://teachertricks.org
What are the driving forces?S The Open World  S Open APIs  S Open Content & Courseware  S Massively Open Online Courses (M...
What Are Open APIs?S API stands for Application Programming Interface, and  simply put, it refers to sets of technologies ...
What is Open ContentS   Open Courseware Consortium http://www.ocwconsortium.org/
What is Open ContentS   MIT Open Courseware http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
What is Open ContentS   Khan Academy http://www.khanacademy.org/
What are MOOCsS   Massively Open Online Courses    S Fall 2011 about 160,000 people signed up for Sebastion Thrun and     ...
What are MOOCs
What are the driving forces?S The Open World  S Open APIs  S Open Content & Courseware  S Massively Open Online Courses (M...
So Why Flip My ClassroomFlipped Classrooms are also known as…Flip Teaching - InvertedClassrooms - Reverse Classrooms - Bac...
So Why Flip My Classroom
So Why Flip My ClassroomSeven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education(Chickering & Gamson)  1. Encourage C...
Video On-DemandS YouTube & Interactive Video
Video On-DemandS Vimeo
Video On-DemandS TeacherTube
Video On-DemandS Khan Academy
Video On-DemandS Instructional Blogs & Websites
Why Go Online?                 S
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  • I like to think of open APIs as the gasoline on the Web 2.0 ExplosionTwitter (age 6 has 140 million users) broke the million registered app mark in July 2011 built on its API by more than 750,000 developersAs of yesterday, facebook (age 8 has 900 million) reported an average number of 20 million apps installed on their platform daily
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    1. 1. Why Go Online? External Factors Affecting the Big Push to Go Online! By Dr. James May Valencia CollegePresentation for Softchalk Innovator SeriesTeaching F2F, Blended & Online – Week Two: Institutional Concerns S
    2. 2. What are the driving forces?
    3. 3. What are the driving forces? Michael Olmert, Smithsonian Book of Books (Smithsonian Institution, 1992)
    4. 4. What are the driving forces? Image shared with me by Kyle Bowen at Perdue University
    5. 5. What are the driving forces? Image screen captured from http://teachertricks.org
    6. 6. What are the driving forces?S The Open World S Open APIs S Open Content & Courseware S Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs)S Flipped Classrooms S Flip Teaching, Inverted Classrooms, Reverse Classrooms, Backwards Teaching Etc. S Video On-Demand Learning
    7. 7. What Are Open APIs?S API stands for Application Programming Interface, and simply put, it refers to sets of technologies that allow websites to interact with each other.
    8. 8. What is Open ContentS Open Courseware Consortium http://www.ocwconsortium.org/
    9. 9. What is Open ContentS MIT Open Courseware http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
    10. 10. What is Open ContentS Khan Academy http://www.khanacademy.org/
    11. 11. What are MOOCsS Massively Open Online Courses S Fall 2011 about 160,000 people signed up for Sebastion Thrun and Peter Norvig’s Artificial Intellegence Course at Stanford University S Peter Norvig’s TED Talk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYclUdcsdeo S Google’s upcoming Free MOOC http://www.google.com/insidesearch/landing/powersearching.html
    12. 12. What are MOOCs
    13. 13. What are the driving forces?S The Open World S Open APIs S Open Content & Courseware S Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs)S Flipped Classrooms S Flip Teaching, Inverted Classrooms, Reverse Classrooms, Backwards Teaching Etc. S Video On-Demand Learning
    14. 14. So Why Flip My ClassroomFlipped Classrooms are also known as…Flip Teaching - InvertedClassrooms - Reverse Classrooms - Backwards Teaching - Etc. Often considered flipped class because what is traditionally considered in class activities (i.e. "lecture" is done at home via teacher-created or teacher shared videos) and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class under the mentorship of the instructor.
    15. 15. So Why Flip My Classroom
    16. 16. So Why Flip My ClassroomSeven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education(Chickering & Gamson) 1. Encourage Contact Between Students and Faculty 2. Develop Cooperation Among Students 3. Uses Active Learning 4. Gives Prompt Feedback 5. Emphasizes Time on Task 6. Communicate High Expectations 7. Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning
    17. 17. Video On-DemandS YouTube & Interactive Video
    18. 18. Video On-DemandS Vimeo
    19. 19. Video On-DemandS TeacherTube
    20. 20. Video On-DemandS Khan Academy
    21. 21. Video On-DemandS Instructional Blogs & Websites
    22. 22. Why Go Online? S
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