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  1. 1. + Teacher Success in Blended Classrooms Blended Learning Summit February 6, 2013
  2. 2. + What is Blended Learning?  According to TeachThought: Hybrid education uses online technology to not just supplement, but transform and improve the learning process.  Capitalize on new technologies to create learning spaces in virtual environments that allow professionals to communicate, collaborate, and reflect.  Today the question is, “What technologies best serve my purpose and how can I use them to support professional learning?”
  3. 3. + Monologues To Dialogues To Polylogues
  4. 4. + Planning for Blended instruction  Know your audience  Identify the Big Idea  Plan activities  Explore content  Weave 21st century skills into learning
  5. 5. + What is BLEND? One Audience  Multiple technologies  Multiple objectives  Multiple methods of instruction  Multiple strategies  Asynchronous, Synchronous and  Technology Rich Immersive  Differentiates Content,  Face-to-Face, Distant, and Process, and Product Hybrid Learning Opportunities
  6. 6. + What is your Big Idea? What are your goals? Content Lesson KnowledgeActivities Skills 21st Century Skills
  7. 7. + 7 Asynchronous e-Learning Wiki Learning Can be: LMS Face-to-Face Blogs Virtual or Podcast Mobile Email Games
  8. 8. + Synchronous e-Learning 8 Webconferencing Learning Can be: Videoconferencing Face-to-Face Chatrooms Virtual or Mobile Virtual worlds Texting
  9. 9. + Immersive-Learning 9 Active Worlds Learning Can be: Second Life Face-to-Face Games Virtual or Mobile Simulations
  10. 10. + Technologies Matrix • Chat • Classroom Instruction • Whiteboards • Audio Conference Synchronous • Multi-User Games • Video Conference • Virtual Worlds (Tele-Presence) • Collaboration Tools • Web Conference • Virtual Worlds Self-Paced Facilitated Asynchronous • Courseware Tutorials • Course Management System • Simulations & Gaming (e.g., Angel, Blackboard) • Tests and Assignments • E-Mail • Podcasts & Vodcasts • Blog • Books & Workbooks • Threaded Discussion (Bulletin Board) • Mobile Learning & Wikis Prestera & Marker, 2006
  11. 11. + Why BLEND?  Extends learning opportunities  Reinforces content  Requires interaction with technology  Authentic learning and assessment
  12. 12. + Preparing for blended learning What are your goals? Who is your audience? What is the focus of your workshop/class?
  13. 13. + The Learning Process Knowledge Skill Building FluencyAwareness Skill Skill Building Mastery Transfer Skill Skill Building Refresh Barriers to Transfer Prestera & Marker, 2006
  14. 14. + The Learning Process Coaching Video Virtual World Mindmister MUVE Peer Review Authoring Podcast Tools Video/Web Wikis LMS Blog/Wiki Conferencing Webconferencing Knowledge Skill Building FluencyAwareness Skill Skill Building Mastery Transfer Skill Skill Building Refresh Prestera & Marker, 2006c 14
  15. 15. + Preparing for blended learning What types of media do you want to use? Are there special technology considerations? Is collaboration important or will participants work independently? Is blended learning the right way to go?
  16. 16. + Training faculty PD vs. Training PD in the environment teachers will use Schoology, Traditional Website, Wiki, Sakai Extended opportunities to learn Communication Collaboration Reflection

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