Rob Darrow, Ed.D.
President, Online Learning VISIONS.com
ISTE. June 2014
Website: http://robdarrow.wikispaces.com
www.blen...
Leadership Tools – on WikiLeadership Tools – on Wiki
 ContinuumContinuum
 RubricRubric
 ChecklistChecklist
 Elements o...
www.blendedteachernetwork.org
Join Today – It’s Free!
IntroductionsIntroductions
 A little about you – attended last year?:A little about you – attended last year?:
– Teachers...
As you think about
a high school class
you took:
What was it
like?
Dan Pink.Dan Pink.
A Whole New Mind (2005)A Whole New Mind (2005)
 ““cchangehange is inevitable, andis inevitable, and
wh...
Purpose:Purpose:
Blended learning,Blended learning,
leadership, research, toolsleadership, research, tools
 Share ideasSh...
Leadership TopicsLeadership Topics
 Defining Terms / ModelsDefining Terms / Models
 Show me the researchShow me the rese...
The “Innovation”The “Innovation”
Defining blended learning.Defining blended learning.
Tech-rich = blended
Teaching and LearningTeaching and Learning
 What theWhat the studentstudent isis
doing and where thedoing and where the
s...
Blended learning definition
A formal education program in which a
student learns at least in part through
online delivery ...
Everett Rogers.Everett Rogers.
Diffusion of InnovationsDiffusion of Innovations
(1963)(1963)
““One cannot seekOne cannot ...
A word about LeadershipA word about Leadership
Leadership: Top Down,Leadership: Top Down,
Bottom Up, Inside OutBottom Up, Inside Out
Or Jane
Or Mia
Or Dion
Or Juan
Or Sa...
There are blended learningThere are blended learning
ModelsModels
Emerging blended-learning modelsEmerging blended-learning models
Christensen Institute, 2013
@MichaelbHorn Tweet@MichaelbHorn Tweet
“If you cannot identify
the front of the room,
you are probably in a
disruptive / b...
Not About theNot About the
TechnologyTechnology
 Change in teachingChange in teaching
 Change in learningChange in learn...
But…But…
 Effective and efficient personalizedEffective and efficient personalized
learning cannot exist without thelearn...
Blended Learning isBlended Learning is
About…About…
 Rethinking how class is structuredRethinking how class is structured...
Show me theShow me the researchresearch!!
Research Perspective:Research Perspective:
Can’t study it if it doesn’tCan’t study it if it doesn’t
existexist
 1994 – Fi...
What does the researchWhat does the research
say?say?
 Very little because:Very little because:
– ““blended learning” was...
Case Studies, Part 1Case Studies, Part 1
 Christensen Institute Blended LearningChristensen Institute Blended Learning
Un...
Case Studies, Part 2Case Studies, Part 2
 Rogers Family Foundation:Rogers Family Foundation:
http://rogersfoundation.org/...
Leadership TopicsLeadership Topics
 Defining Terms / ModelsDefining Terms / Models
 Show me the researchShow me the rese...
Think in terms of 3-5 years
from now (not just today).
Think about what can be,
not what is.
This is a journey,
not a dest...
Rogers: AdopterRogers: Adopter
CategoriesCategories
Innovators – Early Adopters – Early Majority – Late Majority - Laggards
In every study…In every study…
(Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)
 Role ofRole of “change agent” or champion“change agent” or c...
““Implications forImplications for
SchoolSchool
AdministratorsAdministrators””
(Rogers, 1963)(Rogers, 1963)
 MoreMore fin...
iNACOL Roadmap for Blended LearningiNACOL Roadmap for Blended Learning::
Six Elements for SuccessfulSix Elements for Succe...
Leadership TopicsLeadership Topics
 Defining Terms / ModelsDefining Terms / Models
 Show me the researchShow me the rese...
What do you do to measure orWhat do you do to measure or
observe teacherobserve teacher
effectiveness?effectiveness?
 Sha...
What do you do to measure orWhat do you do to measure or
observe teacherobserve teacher
effectiveness?effectiveness?
 Les...
Monitoring and EvaluationMonitoring and Evaluation
 Remember, traditional measuresRemember, traditional measures
for trad...
Non-Cognitive SkillsNon-Cognitive Skills
 Time management and workTime management and work
skillsskills
 Student surveys...
A Story from New York CityA Story from New York City
 New Principal and QualityNew Principal and Quality
Assurance Office...
Tool:Tool: How to Observe aHow to Observe a
Blended Learning TeacherBlended Learning Teacher
 Adapt the RubricAdapt the R...
Tool:Tool: ClassroomClassroom
Walk-Throughs / ChecklistWalk-Throughs / Checklist
 Evidence of student centricEvidence of ...
Leadership ToolsLeadership Tools
 Defining blended learningDefining blended learning
 Knowing the elements of blended le...
Tool: ContinuumTool: Continuum
Where does your school fit?Where does your school fit?
 Textbook enhanced teaching andText...
From Textbook to Online TeachingFrom Textbook to Online Teaching
Online
Teaching
Textbook
Enhanced
Teaching
Technology
Enh...
Tool: Blended LearningTool: Blended Learning
Program Rubric and ChecklistProgram Rubric and Checklist
 Entire rubric and ...
Rubric Indicator:Rubric Indicator:
LeadershipLeadership
• 1.1 Measurable goals have been written1.1 Measurable goals have ...
Rubric Indicator: New Staff RolesRubric Indicator: New Staff Roles
2.1 Teacher as facilitator/coach2.1 Teacher as facilita...
The Checklist (Sample)The Checklist (Sample)
3.3. ProfessionalProfessional
DevelopmentDevelopment
 3.3 Release time is pr...
ToolsTools
 Adapt the RubricAdapt the Rubric
 Adapt the check listAdapt the check list
 Adapt the continuumAdapt the co...
No Excuses!
No Excuses…
 To not have adequate bandwidth orTo not have adequate bandwidth or
access to Internet for students inaccess ...
No Excuses…
 For teachers to not use technologyFor teachers to not use technology
and the Internet to teach withand the I...
No Excuses…
 To not learn on your own – asTo not learn on your own – as
administrators and instructorsadministrators and ...
Free Professional
Development
 Weekly TweetchatsWeekly Tweetchats
 Free webinarsFree webinars
 Free MOOCs and Online Co...
Free Professional
Development
 Read blogs / online journalsRead blogs / online journals
– http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift...
Free Online Professional
Development Conferences
July - November
 Learning Revolution / Steve HargadonLearning Revolution...
www.blendedteachernetwork.org
Join Today – It’s Free!
And Other ResourcesAnd Other Resources
 Build your personal learning networkBuild your personal learning network
 ISTEIS...
Questions?Questions?
Comments?Comments?
As we consider providing more customized learning
for our students via online and blended learning …
remember that…
“The o...
ContactContact
 Rob DarrowRob Darrow
 Rob@onlinelearningvisions.comRob@onlinelearningvisions.com
 http://robdarrow.wiki...
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    1. 1. Rob Darrow, Ed.D. President, Online Learning VISIONS.com ISTE. June 2014 Website: http://robdarrow.wikispaces.com www.blendedteachernetwork.org
    2. 2. Leadership Tools – on WikiLeadership Tools – on Wiki  ContinuumContinuum  RubricRubric  ChecklistChecklist  Elements of Blended LearningElements of Blended Learning  Resources / Case StudiesResources / Case Studies ** Adapt and use! **** Adapt and use! ** Website: http://robdarrow.wikispaces.com www.blendedteachernetwork.org
    3. 3. www.blendedteachernetwork.org Join Today – It’s Free!
    4. 4. IntroductionsIntroductions  A little about you – attended last year?:A little about you – attended last year?: – TeachersTeachers – AdministratorsAdministrators – OtherOther – K-6; 7-8; 9-12; collegeK-6; 7-8; 9-12; college  A little about me:A little about me: – Lifelong Californian – Educated in Ca publicLifelong Californian – Educated in Ca public schools PreSchool-doctorateschools PreSchool-doctorate – Consultant, Adjunct, Doc Program, iNACOL,Consultant, Adjunct, Doc Program, iNACOL, Online charter school principal, schoolOnline charter school principal, school librarian and teacher (Taught K-8)librarian and teacher (Taught K-8) – 23 year old daughter23 year old daughter
    5. 5. As you think about a high school class you took: What was it like?
    6. 6. Dan Pink.Dan Pink. A Whole New Mind (2005)A Whole New Mind (2005)  ““cchangehange is inevitable, andis inevitable, and when it happens, thewhen it happens, the wisest response is not towisest response is not to wail or whine but to suckwail or whine but to suck it up and deal with itit up and deal with it ..””
    7. 7. Purpose:Purpose: Blended learning,Blended learning, leadership, research, toolsleadership, research, tools  Share ideasShare ideas  Identify one tool or activityIdentify one tool or activity you can put in place soonyou can put in place soon  Your leadership directionYour leadership direction
    8. 8. Leadership TopicsLeadership Topics  Defining Terms / ModelsDefining Terms / Models  Show me the researchShow me the research  Implementation StagesImplementation Stages  Tools for supporting teachersTools for supporting teachers  No Excuses!No Excuses!
    9. 9. The “Innovation”The “Innovation” Defining blended learning.Defining blended learning.
    10. 10. Tech-rich = blended
    11. 11. Teaching and LearningTeaching and Learning  What theWhat the studentstudent isis doing and where thedoing and where the student is.student is.  What the teacher is doing and where the teacher is.  What and where the content is.
    12. 12. Blended learning definition A formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of instruction and content, with some element of student control over time, place, path and/or pace and at least in part in a supervised brick-and- mortar location away from home and the modalities along each student’s learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience. Horn & Staker, 2013
    13. 13. Everett Rogers.Everett Rogers. Diffusion of InnovationsDiffusion of Innovations (1963)(1963) ““One cannot seekOne cannot seek knowledge about anknowledge about an innovation until he orinnovation until he or she knows it existsshe knows it exists ..””
    14. 14. A word about LeadershipA word about Leadership
    15. 15. Leadership: Top Down,Leadership: Top Down, Bottom Up, Inside OutBottom Up, Inside Out Or Jane Or Mia Or Dion Or Juan Or Sara
    16. 16. There are blended learningThere are blended learning ModelsModels
    17. 17. Emerging blended-learning modelsEmerging blended-learning models Christensen Institute, 2013
    18. 18. @MichaelbHorn Tweet@MichaelbHorn Tweet “If you cannot identify the front of the room, you are probably in a disruptive / blended classroom” – #inacol13, Oct. 2013
    19. 19. Not About theNot About the TechnologyTechnology  Change in teachingChange in teaching  Change in learningChange in learning  Change in pedagogyChange in pedagogy  Change in class organizationChange in class organization  Things should look different in aThings should look different in a blended learning environment, moreblended learning environment, more student centric, more personalizedstudent centric, more personalized learninglearning
    20. 20. But…But…  Effective and efficient personalizedEffective and efficient personalized learning cannot exist without thelearning cannot exist without the use of technologyuse of technology  A change in teaching, learning, andA change in teaching, learning, and pedagogy cannot occur without thepedagogy cannot occur without the use of technologyuse of technology  The classroom cannot be moreThe classroom cannot be more student centric without thestudent centric without the use of technologyuse of technology
    21. 21. Blended Learning isBlended Learning is About…About…  Rethinking how class is structuredRethinking how class is structured  How time is usedHow time is used  How resources are allocatedHow resources are allocated  Personalizing the learning for allPersonalizing the learning for all students – better learningstudents – better learning engagementengagement  Teachers using data daily toTeachers using data daily to customize learning for studentscustomize learning for students
    22. 22. Show me theShow me the researchresearch!!
    23. 23. Research Perspective:Research Perspective: Can’t study it if it doesn’tCan’t study it if it doesn’t existexist  1994 – First K-12 online schools1994 – First K-12 online schools  2001 – First K-12 online schools report2001 – First K-12 online schools report  After 2001: “blended learning”After 2001: “blended learning”  Online Learning:Online Learning: AroundAround 20 years old20 years old  Blended Learning:Blended Learning: AroundAround 10 years old10 years old
    24. 24. What does the researchWhat does the research say?say?  Very little because:Very little because: – ““blended learning” was first definedblended learning” was first defined in early 2000sin early 2000s – Takes time to study an innovationTakes time to study an innovation – Case Studies – always begins theCase Studies – always begins the researchresearch (see wiki)(see wiki)
    25. 25. Case Studies, Part 1Case Studies, Part 1  Christensen Institute Blended LearningChristensen Institute Blended Learning Universe:Universe: http://www.christenseninstitute.org/blended-learninhttp://www.christenseninstitute.org/blended-learnin //  Donnell-Kay Foundation:Donnell-Kay Foundation: http://dkfoundation.org/our-work/blended-learning-http://dkfoundation.org/our-work/blended-learning- resourcesresources  Dell Foundation:Dell Foundation: http://www.msdf.org/programs/urban-education/inithttp://www.msdf.org/programs/urban-education/initi //
    26. 26. Case Studies, Part 2Case Studies, Part 2  Rogers Family Foundation:Rogers Family Foundation: http://rogersfoundation.org/our-grantees/blended-learning/pilohttp://rogersfoundation.org/our-grantees/blended-learning/pilo homehome  Avi Chai Online Learning Report (Jewish Day Schools):Avi Chai Online Learning Report (Jewish Day Schools): http://avichai.org.il/2013/01/some-reflections-on-the-state-of-http://avichai.org.il/2013/01/some-reflections-on-the-state-of-  iNACOL Blended Learning Roadmap:iNACOL Blended Learning Roadmap: http://robdarrow.wikispaces.com/http://robdarrow.wikispaces.com/ eLearn2013ToolseLearn2013Tools  Research:Research: http://www.onlinelearningvisions.com/index.php/http://www.onlinelearningvisions.com/index.php/ researchresearch
    27. 27. Leadership TopicsLeadership Topics  Defining Terms / ModelsDefining Terms / Models  Show me the researchShow me the research  Implementation StagesImplementation Stages  Tools for supporting teachersTools for supporting teachers  No Excuses!No Excuses!
    28. 28. Think in terms of 3-5 years from now (not just today). Think about what can be, not what is. This is a journey, not a destination.
    29. 29. Rogers: AdopterRogers: Adopter CategoriesCategories Innovators – Early Adopters – Early Majority – Late Majority - Laggards
    30. 30. In every study…In every study… (Rogers, 2003)(Rogers, 2003)  Role ofRole of “change agent” or champion“change agent” or champion  Common adoption characteristicsCommon adoption characteristics from innovator to laggardfrom innovator to laggard  Common way innovation reachesCommon way innovation reaches ““critical masscritical mass”” oror ““tipping pointtipping point””  Common communication methodsCommon communication methods that influence earlier adoptionthat influence earlier adoption  S-shaped curveS-shaped curve of adoption over timeof adoption over time
    31. 31. ““Implications forImplications for SchoolSchool AdministratorsAdministrators”” (Rogers, 1963)(Rogers, 1963)  MoreMore financial resourcesfinancial resources == moremore innovativeinnovative schools / organizationschools / organization  Teachers whoTeachers who attend out of townattend out of town conferences (face-to-face or online)conferences (face-to-face or online) are more innovativeare more innovative  WhereWhere administrators are aware of andadministrators are aware of and sympatheticsympathetic to an innovation, it tendsto an innovation, it tends to prosperto prosper
    32. 32. iNACOL Roadmap for Blended LearningiNACOL Roadmap for Blended Learning:: Six Elements for SuccessfulSix Elements for Successful Blended Learning ImplementationBlended Learning Implementation  LeadershipLeadership  Professional DevelopmentProfessional Development  Teaching/InstructionalTeaching/Instructional PracticePractice  Operations/AdminOperations/Admin Systems/PolicySystems/Policy  ContentContent  TechnologyTechnology
    33. 33. Leadership TopicsLeadership Topics  Defining Terms / ModelsDefining Terms / Models  Show me the researchShow me the research  Implementation StagesImplementation Stages  Tools for supporting teachersTools for supporting teachers  No Excuses!No Excuses!
    34. 34. What do you do to measure orWhat do you do to measure or observe teacherobserve teacher effectiveness?effectiveness?  ShareShare
    35. 35. What do you do to measure orWhat do you do to measure or observe teacherobserve teacher effectiveness?effectiveness?  Lesson observationLesson observation  Walk-throughsWalk-throughs  Talk with teacherTalk with teacher  Lesson plan observationLesson plan observation  Ongoing benchmark dataOngoing benchmark data  End of year achievement testsEnd of year achievement tests
    36. 36. Monitoring and EvaluationMonitoring and Evaluation  Remember, traditional measuresRemember, traditional measures for traditional classrooms.for traditional classrooms.  New and different measuresNew and different measures need to be developed and to beneed to be developed and to be reported to boards aboutreported to boards about success insuccess in online and blendedonline and blended learninglearning – (Joe Freidhoff and Michigan Virtual University(Joe Freidhoff and Michigan Virtual University and Florida Virtual School leading in this area.and Florida Virtual School leading in this area. MIVU annual report:MIVU annual report: http://www.mvlri.org/Publications/ID/5/2012-13-Annual-http://www.mvlri.org/Publications/ID/5/2012-13-Annual- ReportReport ))
    37. 37. Non-Cognitive SkillsNon-Cognitive Skills  Time management and workTime management and work skillsskills  Student surveys about courseStudent surveys about course contentcontent  Student resilience, hope,Student resilience, hope, engagementengagement  Participation in internships orParticipation in internships or service learning projectsservice learning projects  Community ServiceCommunity Service
    38. 38. A Story from New York CityA Story from New York City  New Principal and QualityNew Principal and Quality Assurance Officer observe aAssurance Officer observe a teacher in a blended learningteacher in a blended learning classroomclassroom
    39. 39. Tool:Tool: How to Observe aHow to Observe a Blended Learning TeacherBlended Learning Teacher  Adapt the RubricAdapt the Rubric  View student computer/device screenView student computer/device screen  View teacher interaction withView teacher interaction with studentsstudents  View data teacher usesView data teacher uses  Talk with studentsTalk with students  Talk with teacherTalk with teacher
    40. 40. Tool:Tool: ClassroomClassroom Walk-Throughs / ChecklistWalk-Throughs / Checklist  Evidence of student centricEvidence of student centric – Student learning focus / Students in groupsStudent learning focus / Students in groups – Student computers/devices on a courseStudent computers/devices on a course management system (access school and home)management system (access school and home) – Students can explain what and why they areStudents can explain what and why they are doingdoing  Evidence of personalizationEvidence of personalization – Teacher working with individual or groupsTeacher working with individual or groups – Student data used by teacherStudent data used by teacher – Variety of ways for student to communicate withVariety of ways for student to communicate with teacher (verbal, discussion boards, email, twitter,teacher (verbal, discussion boards, email, twitter, etc.)etc.)
    41. 41. Leadership ToolsLeadership Tools  Defining blended learningDefining blended learning  Knowing the elements of blended learningKnowing the elements of blended learning  Knowing that innovation takes timeKnowing that innovation takes time  Know the research as it currently existsKnow the research as it currently exists (reports and case studies)(reports and case studies)  Defining the measures by which youDefining the measures by which you measure progressmeasure progress  ContinuumContinuum  Checklist for observations / walk throughsChecklist for observations / walk throughs / self reflection/ self reflection
    42. 42. Tool: ContinuumTool: Continuum Where does your school fit?Where does your school fit?  Textbook enhanced teaching andTextbook enhanced teaching and learninglearning  Technology enhanced (not online)Technology enhanced (not online)  Web/online enhancedWeb/online enhanced  BlendedBlended  OnlineOnline
    43. 43. From Textbook to Online TeachingFrom Textbook to Online Teaching Online Teaching Textbook Enhanced Teaching Technology Enhanced Teaching Web / Online Enhanced Teaching
    44. 44. Tool: Blended LearningTool: Blended Learning Program Rubric and ChecklistProgram Rubric and Checklist  Entire rubric and checklistEntire rubric and checklist onlineonline  But here’s a glimpseBut here’s a glimpse
    45. 45. Rubric Indicator:Rubric Indicator: LeadershipLeadership • 1.1 Measurable goals have been written1.1 Measurable goals have been written and communicated with all staff.and communicated with all staff. Well DevelopedWell Developed Ongoing progress towards each goalOngoing progress towards each goal is being collected and tracked byis being collected and tracked by teachers and administrators.teachers and administrators.
    46. 46. Rubric Indicator: New Staff RolesRubric Indicator: New Staff Roles 2.1 Teacher as facilitator/coach2.1 Teacher as facilitator/coach Well DevelopedWell Developed  Teachers regularly circulate around the roomTeachers regularly circulate around the room meeting with small groups and individualsmeeting with small groups and individuals identifying progress toward learning goals.identifying progress toward learning goals.  Teachers regularly document student progress dailyTeachers regularly document student progress daily through some digital record keeping system.through some digital record keeping system.  Student data is regularly used as a means forStudent data is regularly used as a means for differentiating instruction.differentiating instruction.
    47. 47. The Checklist (Sample)The Checklist (Sample) 3.3. ProfessionalProfessional DevelopmentDevelopment  3.3 Release time is provided for teachers during the school day for professional development in an ongoing way  3.4 There are measures in place that cause teachers to reflect on their learning (e.g. checklists, teacher portfolio, peer reflection)
    48. 48. ToolsTools  Adapt the RubricAdapt the Rubric  Adapt the check listAdapt the check list  Adapt the continuumAdapt the continuum  Share back on the Blended TeacherShare back on the Blended Teacher NetworkNetwork  Details on Rob’s WikiDetails on Rob’s Wiki  http://robdarrow.wikispaces.comhttp://robdarrow.wikispaces.com
    49. 49. No Excuses!
    50. 50. No Excuses…  To not have adequate bandwidth orTo not have adequate bandwidth or access to Internet for students inaccess to Internet for students in your schoolsyour schools  Need policies and moneyNeed policies and money – If you don’t like the policies,If you don’t like the policies, changechange themthem – If you don’t have the money,If you don’t have the money, write awrite a grant or find a fundergrant or find a funder – Build a network of believersBuild a network of believers
    51. 51. No Excuses…  For teachers to not use technologyFor teachers to not use technology and the Internet to teach withand the Internet to teach with  Need professional development andNeed professional development and leadershipleadership – Bottom up - peer-to-peer – top downBottom up - peer-to-peer – top down
    52. 52. No Excuses…  To not learn on your own – asTo not learn on your own – as administrators and instructorsadministrators and instructors  Free professional developmentFree professional development all over the place!all over the place!  Share what you are doing…Share what you are doing… – Via blogVia blog – Via wikiVia wiki – Via TwitterVia Twitter – Via Case StudiesVia Case Studies
    53. 53. Free Professional Development  Weekly TweetchatsWeekly Tweetchats  Free webinarsFree webinars  Free MOOCs and Online ConferencesFree MOOCs and Online Conferences  ASCD:ASCD: http://www.ascd.org/professional-developmenhttp://www.ascd.org/professional-developmen webinars.aspxwebinars.aspx  iNACOL:iNACOL: http://www.inacol.org/events/webinarshttp://www.inacol.org/events/webinars //  EdCamps / MeetUps / HackathonEdCamps / MeetUps / Hackathon  Future of Education Interviews -Future of Education Interviews - http://www.futureofeducation.comhttp://www.futureofeducation.com //
    54. 54. Free Professional Development  Read blogs / online journalsRead blogs / online journals – http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/09/how-to-fuel-the-innhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/09/how-to-fuel-the-inn //  Edutopia:Edutopia: http://www.edutopia.org/http://www.edutopia.org/  Faculty Focus, Higher Ed Teaching Strategies: – http://www.facultyfocus.com/  Via Email: ASCD Smart Brief, EdTech: – http://r.smartbrief.com/resp/fHmbBYpbkskkoIjwfDcXdUfCigOl  iNACOL’s Plugged In: – http://www.inacol.org/news/plugged-in/  TedX TalksTedX Talks – https://www.ted.com/talks/
    55. 55. Free Online Professional Development Conferences July - November  Learning Revolution / Steve HargadonLearning Revolution / Steve Hargadon – http://learningrevolution.comhttp://learningrevolution.com //   The Reform Symposium / July 11 – 13   ISTE “Unplugged” / June 27 - July 1  Future of Museums / July 24   Alt Ed Film Fest / August   Homeschool+ Conference / August 7 – 8   Gaming in Ed / September 15 – 19  Library 2.014 / October 8 – 9   Global Ed Con / November 17 – 21
    56. 56. www.blendedteachernetwork.org Join Today – It’s Free!
    57. 57. And Other ResourcesAnd Other Resources  Build your personal learning networkBuild your personal learning network  ISTEISTE  iNACOLiNACOL  State Tech or Library OrganizationsState Tech or Library Organizations  Blended Teacher NetworkBlended Teacher Network
    58. 58. Questions?Questions? Comments?Comments?
    59. 59. As we consider providing more customized learning for our students via online and blended learning … remember that… “The only thing harder than starting something new – is stopping something old” - Russell Ackoff -“Redesigning Society”
    60. 60. ContactContact  Rob DarrowRob Darrow  Rob@onlinelearningvisions.comRob@onlinelearningvisions.com  http://robdarrow.wikispaces.comhttp://robdarrow.wikispaces.com www.blendedteachernetwork.org

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