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  • Is it to Enable Access? Enhance learning? Transform practice? Lead a discussion for up to 7 minutes.
  • Audience Participation Time!! Get everyone talking about how they go about designing their courses. Take approx. 7 minutes for discussion but, if going really well

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  • Company LOGO Blended Learning Mastery Series
  • Welcome  Enjoy The Conference  Engage In Sessions  Network With Others  Interact & Learn Throughout Conference and After Twitter #blend13 @sloancblended Google+ http://bit.ly/sloancgplus Linkedin http://bit.ly/sloanclinkedin Facebook http://bit.ly/sloancfb
  • Session Agenda 1. Introductions & Institute Overview 2. Why Blended Learning? 3. Blended Learning Master Series View slide
  • Introductions & Institute Overview View slide
  • Introductions Sandra Coswatte  Director of the Sloan-C Institute Kathleen Ives  Associate Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of Sloan-C
  • Sloan-C Institute Provides a place for professionals to engage in professional development about online teaching and learning with peers and experts. - Certificate Program - Mastery Series - Workshops - Webinars
  • Blended Learning Overview
  • Why Blended Learning?  Enable greater access  Enhance current pedagogical practice  Transform pedagogical practice from JALN Vol 16, Issue 4 - Blended Course Design: A Synthesis of Best Practices by Patricia McGee and Abby Reis of U.T. San Antonio http://bit.ly/jalnblendeddesign
  • Why Blended Learning?
  • Blended Learning Models  Supplemental Model  Supplements lectures/books with technology-based activities  Replacement Model  Replaces in-class meetings with online activities  Emporium Model  Online activities combined with on-demand lab support f2f  Buffet Model (similar to HyFlex model)  Combo of above based on individual needs from National Center for Academic Transformation http://www.thencat.org/PCR/Proj_Model.htm
  • Blended Course Design
  • Blended Learning Mastery Series
  • Blended Learning Focus Implement Strategy Pedagogy Research Support Blended Learning Mastery Series Around
  • What is The Blended Mastery Series?  Three workshops  Explore relevant research  Use research to help you design an effective blended teaching and learning environment.  Reflection/Application  Time in between workshops  Apply concepts and skills from workshop
  • Blended Learning Research & Design  Analyze research related to blended learning designs, student learning and satisfaction, and assessment  Develop a blended course design plan with outcomes and objectives Research & Design Assessment Techniques Teaching Techniques
  • Blended Learning Assessment Techniques  Analyze assessment strategies for their suitability for face-to-face or online use  Develop an assessment plan Research & Design Assessment Techniques Teaching Techniques
  • Blended Learning Teaching Techniques  Analyze teaching methods and learning activities for use in either face-to-face or online settings  Develop a teaching unit for your blended course that includes face-to-face and online components Research & Design Assessment Techniques Teaching Techniques
  • Additional Topics  Guest Expert Sessions  Hyflex Design  Quality Matters  Collaborative Techniques  Active Learning Tools  Accessibility in Blended Classes
  • Program Time Commitments Asynchronous Hours Synchronous Hours Workshop 1 1 Week 6-9 1 (recorded) Reflection & Application Period 3 Weeks 2-4 2-3 for guest speakers (optional, recorded) Workshop 2 1 Week 6-9 1 (recorded) Reflection & Application Period 3 Weeks 2-4 2-3 for guest speakers (optional, recorded) Workshop 3 1 Week 6-9 1 (recorded) Totals 22-35 hours over 9 weeks 3 hours required 4-6 hours optional
  • Highlights of Mastery Series  Facilitator Connection  Peer To Peer Learning  Build A Professional Network
  • Feedback & Testimonials It was amazing. Quite intense at times, but I learned so many useful things that I can incorporate into my instruction! Jenn Light is an AMAZING teacher. I learned so much from her. Please continue to use her as a teacher in your program. I do appreciate the obvious time the instructor put into giving course feedback. It was evident she put a great deal of thought into her comments and suggestions. The Blended Mastery Series was truly an eye-opener. The ability to interact with instructors and designers from all over the country (even world) made it a very enjoyable and mature experience.
  • Questions
  • Resources To Learn More  Blended Learning: Research Perspectives Book  Free Download for Sloan-C Members  Sloan-C JALN Volume 15, Issue 1 - Special Issue: Transitioning to Blended Learning  Free Access for Sloan-C Members