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FULT February 2011 - Flexible & Blended Learning
 

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  • ContextChoose one of your subjects that you would like to improve – choose either an internal subject or a distance subject. Discuss the subject briefly with your group remembering to highlight the key points of the subject objectives and the intended learning outcomes. Identify areas that you would like to improve in the subject, focusing on collaboration, cooperation, and engagement. (Take note of these areas.)TaskUsing this as a basis from which to begin, ascertain four or five points to discuss. These points should be based around collaboration, cooperation, and engagement within the subject. Discuss your chosen points with regards to the following questions.How can I increase cooperation using flexible and blended learning concepts?How can I increase collaboration using flexible and blended learning concepts?How can I increase engagement using flexible and blended learning concepts?What aspects of flexible and blended learning can be incorporated to improve the chosen points?What flexible and blended learning tools could I use to increase cooperation, collaboration, and engagement?Prepare to present the results of your discussion to the group. You should present at least three ideas about how you can incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning into your chosen student cohort.Scenario OutcomesAddition of more flexible and blended learning tools to the toolbox.Identification of flexible and learning strategies that align with teaching and learning outcomes and activities.Explore different strategies to incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning within subjects to improve cooperation, collaboration, and engagement.
  • ContextChoose one of your subjects that you would like to improve – choose either an internal subject or a distance subject. Discuss the subject briefly with your group remembering to highlight the key points of the subject objectives and the intended learning outcomes. Identify areas that you would like to improve in the subject, focusing on collaboration, cooperation, and engagement. (Take note of these areas.)TaskUsing this as a basis from which to begin, ascertain four or five points to discuss. These points should be based around collaboration, cooperation, and engagement within the subject. Discuss your chosen points with regards to the following questions.How can I increase cooperation using flexible and blended learning concepts?How can I increase collaboration using flexible and blended learning concepts?How can I increase engagement using flexible and blended learning concepts?What aspects of flexible and blended learning can be incorporated to improve the chosen points?What flexible and blended learning tools could I use to increase cooperation, collaboration, and engagement?Prepare to present the results of your discussion to the group. You should present at least three ideas about how you can incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning into your chosen student cohort.Scenario OutcomesAddition of more flexible and blended learning tools to the toolbox.Identification of flexible and learning strategies that align with teaching and learning outcomes and activities.Explore different strategies to incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning within subjects to improve cooperation, collaboration, and engagement.
  • ContextChoose one of your subjects that you would like to improve – choose either an internal subject or a distance subject. Discuss the subject briefly with your group remembering to highlight the key points of the subject objectives and the intended learning outcomes. Identify areas that you would like to improve in the subject, focusing on collaboration, cooperation, and engagement. (Take note of these areas.)TaskUsing this as a basis from which to begin, ascertain four or five points to discuss. These points should be based around collaboration, cooperation, and engagement within the subject. Discuss your chosen points with regards to the following questions.How can I increase cooperation using flexible and blended learning concepts?How can I increase collaboration using flexible and blended learning concepts?How can I increase engagement using flexible and blended learning concepts?What aspects of flexible and blended learning can be incorporated to improve the chosen points?What flexible and blended learning tools could I use to increase cooperation, collaboration, and engagement?Prepare to present the results of your discussion to the group. You should present at least three ideas about how you can incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning into your chosen student cohort.Scenario OutcomesAddition of more flexible and blended learning tools to the toolbox.Identification of flexible and learning strategies that align with teaching and learning outcomes and activities.Explore different strategies to incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning within subjects to improve cooperation, collaboration, and engagement.

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  • Flexible & Blended Learning for Cooperation, Collaboration & Engagement
    Trisha Poole
    School of Teacher Education, Bathurst
  • What to do? What to do?
    Case Study
    What is flexible and blended learning?
    What can it look like?
    What tools can I use?
    Scenario
    Contextualising
    Discussion
    Enhancement
  • Flexible & Blended Learning
    What is flexible learning?
    What is blended learning?
    What does this mean for me?
  • Officially...
    “Blended and flexible learning is focused on
    blended learning processes which bring
    together on-campus and off-campus
    students and make available to all students
    resources and facilitation processes
    normally provided only to one cohort.”
    The Flexible Learning Institute (CSU), 2011, Blended and Flexible Learning Good Practice Guidelines (BFLGPG).
    http://www.csu.edu.au/division/landt/curriculumrenewal/documents/BlendedFlexibleLearningGoodPracticeGuidelines.pdf
  • Reality...
    Flexible learning is allowing students to access
    information in a variety of ways to enable them
    to study in a variety of places.
    Connection = you
    Blended learning is mixing different learning
    Environments and using multiple modalities
    to present information to afford students
    more opportunities to learn.
  • What does FBL look like?
    How do you imagine it?
    I imagined it like this…
  • FBL Tools for a Toolbox
    I’m a flexible tool.
    I’m engaging.
    I’m cooperatingwith others.
    I’m collaborative.
    I’m a blended tool.
  • Scenario
    Context
    Choose one of your subjects that you would like to improve – choose either an internal subject or a distance subject. Discuss the subject briefly with your group remembering to highlight the key points of the subject objectives and the intended learning outcomes. Identify areas that you would like to improve in the subject, focusing on collaboration, cooperation, and engagement. (Take note of these areas.)
  • Scenario
    Task
    Using this as a basis from which to begin, ascertain four or five points to discuss. These points should be based around collaboration, cooperation, and engagement within the subject. Discuss your chosen points with regards to the following questions.
    How can I increase cooperation using FBL concepts?
    How can I increase collaboration using FBL concepts?
    How can I increase engagement using FBL concepts?
    What aspects of FBL can be incorporated to improve the chosen points?
    What FBL tools could I use to increase cooperation, collaboration, and engagement?
  • Scenario
    Prepare
    Prepare to present the results of your discussion to the group. You should present at least three ideas about how you can incorporate ideas of flexible and blended learning into your chosen student cohort.
  • Flexible & Blended Learning
    FBL is a tool to enhance

    Cooperation
    Collaboration
    Engagement