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Blended Learning

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  • 1. Blended Learning
    ZorainiWatiAbas
  • 2. “We, as a species, are blended learners.”
    Elliot Masie
  • 3. “In the end we can never be given knowledge by others; we can only be stimulated. We must develop our own knowledge.”
    Charles T. Tart
    Professor of Psychology
  • 4. Part I
    Blended Learning:
    An Overview
  • 5. 5
    http://blendedlearning.wikispaces.com/
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  • 6. Definition
    • What is blended learning?
    • 7. Activity 1
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  • 8. A podcast on blended learning
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    Blend with the End in Mind:
    Best Practices for Developing and Sustaining Blended Learning Initiatives[Total Running Time: 10:29 | Size: 9.83 MB]
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  • 9. Definition
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    Blended learning is
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  • 10. Blended Learning Models
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    www.thejournal.com/articles/16107
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  • 11. Blended Learning Models
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    UK Web Focus
    University of Bath
    www.ukoln.ac.uk/web-focus/papers/w4a-2005/html/
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  • 12. Blended Learning Models
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    Badrul Khan’s
    Octagonal Framework
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    http://agulfvu.com/agvu-about.htm
  • 13. Blended Learning Models
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    At the RWTH Aachen University
    Blended learning =
    classical learning +
    media based learning
    www.elag.rwth-aachen.de/
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  • 14. Blended Learning Models
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    Blended Learning Theories
    www.agilantlearning.com/instructionaldesign.html
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  • 15. The Pedagogical Blend at OUM
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  • 16. Blended Learning Models
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    “Content Stability” vs
    “Implementation”
    www.learningcircuits.org/2003/jul2003/rossett.htm
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  • 17. Blended Learning Models
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    “Touch” vs “Cost”
    www.learningcircuits.org/2003/jul2003/rossett.htm
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  • 18. Blended Learning Models
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    “Resources” vs “Experience”
    www.learningcircuits.org/2003/jul2003/rossett.htm
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  • 19. 18
    http://blendedlearning.wikispaces.com/What+is+Blended+Learning
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  • 20. Rationale
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  • 21. Today’s learning must transform learningFrom Push to Pull
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    Adapted from:
    Morrison(2003). E-Learning strategies: How to get implementation and delivery right the first time. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley
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  • 22. What is a good blend?
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    http://blendedlearning.wikispaces.com/Setting+up+for+blended+learning
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  • 23. Which represents a good blend?
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  • 24. How do we blend?
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  • 25. Level 1 - Component
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    +
    +
    Component 1
    Component 2
    Component 3
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  • 26. Level 2 – Integrated
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  • 27. Level 3 - Collaborative
    C
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    Collaborative Environment
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  • 28. Level 4 - Expansive
    C
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    Beyond
    traditional
    techniques
    Collaborative Environment
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  • 29. Part II
    Designing a blended learning environment
  • 30. Remember the models?
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  • 31. The models have incorporated old and new media(Clark, 2003)
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  • 32. The models have considered six important factors (Clark, 2003)
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  • 33. Learning factors (based on learning theories)
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  • 34. Learning factors(Five key ingredients)(Carman, 2002)
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  • 35. Learning factors (desired content and learning outcomes)
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  • 36. Learning Factors (Pedagogical Richness)
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  • 37. Learner factors (Learning Style - VARK)
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  • 38. Maintenance factors
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  • 39. Scalability factors
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    Largest number
    of learners
    Smallest number
    of learners
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  • 40. Resource factors
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  • 41. Sustainability for long-term success
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  • 42. Designing a blended learning environment
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  • 43. Ingredients for the blend
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  • 44. Ingredients for the blend
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  • 45. Activity
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    Develop a blended learning methodology for a selected topic
    in a course of your choice. Specify the following:
    • Learning Outcomes
    • 46. Learning Activities/Media
  • Learning Matrix (Form, Style, Tool)
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    Web 2.0
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  • 47. The end . Thank you
    ZorainiWatiAbas
    zoraini@gmail.com
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