Models of Blended Learning Webinar_June2011


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  • Only 51% of respondents are meeting all the online learning demands of their students while 96% know that students demonstrate improved learning when technology is integrated into the curriculum
  • Also, we know schools are still struggling to get ALL courses taught by highly qualified teachers while offering ALL of the courses that students want to take at times they want to take them
  • The Project Tomorrow research helped guide is towards this solution by showing us that each stakeholder in learning communities sees value in using the power of technology in K-12 learning environments.
  • Intro slide about HISlide about KSSlide about 3 campuses & OutreachShow continuum slide of what we're going to coverWEO - focus on 21st century learningGo over our programs. (1)Show samples…(2)Show Bb tools we integrate (1)Next steps. Contact Information. & wa`a photo…
  • Kamehameha Schools, founded and endowed by the legacy of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, our schools’ mission is to provide educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry. We currently have 30 preschool sites statewide and 3 K-12 campuses on O’ahu, Maui and Hawai’i servicing more than 6,500 students. In addition to the campuses, our Community Education programs, collaborations and scholarships service an additional 30,000 individuals.
  • Culture-based curriculum provided relevance, which enhanced student relationships with their culture, other students and the curriculum resulting in rigor. Addressing diverse learners in the curriculum was essential for our learners, in particular our high school courses because we had a wide range of learners from at-risk to gifted.
  • Left: Stephanie DeMello’s final project for Hawaiian History (verbal/linguistic)Right: DOE MHH student final project (musical)
  • Models of Blended Learning Webinar_June2011

    1. 1. Models of Blended Learning: What Works For Your District <br /><ul><li> John Canuel, Vice President, blackboard global k-12 education strategy
    2. 2. Pam willingham, Information Systems Analyst, Volusia County Schools
    3. 3. Dorothy hirata and mimiwong, distance learning director and instructional technology manager, kamehameha schools</li></li></ul><li>
    4. 4. Blended Learning Models<br />
    5. 5. Districts are Challenged to Meet Student Demand for Online Learning<br />Total % Agreeing<br />Statement<br />89%<br />96%<br />51%<br />80%<br />Strongly Agree<br />SomewhatAgree<br />SomewhatDisagree<br />StronglyDisagree<br />Source: Blackboard/Education Week Survey of Online Learning Preparedness (2010). n=1,962<br />
    6. 6. Personalized Pacing and Outside Learning Time<br />.<br />Total % Agreeing<br />Strongly Agree<br />SomewhatAgree<br />StronglyDisagree<br />Somewhat<br />Disagree<br />Statement<br />65%<br />85%<br />95%<br />86%<br />84%<br />Source: Blackboard/Education Week Survey of Online Learning Preparedness (2010). n=2,001<br />
    7. 7. What Are Students Saying?<br /><ul><li>38% of students who have not taken an online courseare interested in doing so
    8. 8. 63% of students identify online learning as a must-have component in their “ultimate school”
    9. 9. Over 40% of students are currently communicating with theirteachers electronically and over 70% of students are communicating with friends and family through text, email, and IM
    10. 10. Over 70% of high school students have access to a computerand 67% have access to a cell phone</li></ul>Technology is a daily part of students’ lives and should be integrated into their school lives.<br />
    11. 11. Pam willingham<br />Information Systems Analyst<br />Volusia County Schools, FL<br />
    12. 12. <ul><li>Low performing school needed help
    13. 13. Pilot program 2009-2010 with 10-12 teachers
    14. 14. Volunteered
    15. 15. selected by principal
    16. 16. Some loss of teachers due to the extra work-load.
    17. 17. Students were excited!</li></ul>Blended Learning at Deltona High<br />
    18. 18. <ul><li>Course in Bb about using Bb
    19. 19. Monthly F2F meetings, 2 hours after school
    20. 20. Colleagues from same department enjoyed working and planning together.</li></ul>Initial Training<br />
    21. 21. <ul><li>School asked for a school-wide roll out!
    22. 22. Teacher volunteered to lead.
    23. 23. Initial training pre-school.
    24. 24. Online course opened up to all Deltona teachers.
    25. 25. Widely adopted by Math department as year progresses</li></ul>2010-2011<br />
    26. 26. <ul><li>Integration with SIS takes longer than you think.
    27. 27. Simplify scheduling if possible.
    28. 28. Students need e-mail addresses.
    29. 29. Plan for managing student passwords.
    30. 30. Need strong teacher-leaders.
    31. 31. Training on curriculum integration essential.
    32. 32. Plan F2F training, even if only for sharing and cheerleading.
    33. 33. Students want mobile access.
    34. 34. Consider BYOT policies.
    35. 35. Plan for increased wireless usage.</li></ul>Lessons Learned<br />
    36. 36. Presenters:<br />Dorothy Hirata, Distance Learning Director<br />Mimi Wong, Instructional Technology Manager<br />
    37. 37. Location: State of Hawai`i<br />
    38. 38. Kamehameha Schools Mission<br />To fulfill Pauahi’s desire to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry. <br /><br />
    39. 39. KS Preschools<br />Various Outreach Programs<br />KS Maui<br />KS Hawai`i<br />KS Kāpalama<br />Kamehameha Schools<br />Various Outreach Programs<br />
    40. 40. KS Blended Learning<br />
    41. 41. KS Working Exit Outcomes<br />
    42. 42. Education Technology Services - Instructional<br />Integration Project Planning<br />Professional Development <br />One to One<br />Emerging Technology<br />Pilots<br />Division / Enterprise Projects<br />
    43. 43. Where We Are<br />Online<br />Resources<br />Substantial<br />Online Components<br />Mostly Online<br />Curriculum<br />Mostly/Fully<br />Online Curriculum<br />Fully<br />Online<br />MODEL<br />5<br />MODEL<br />4<br />MODEL<br />3<br />MODEL<br />2<br />MODEL<br />1<br />Daily Classroom Instruction<br />Some<br />Optional<br />80%<br />60%<br />40%<br />
    44. 44. Model 5 Examples<br />Documents, Handouts<br />Collaboration<br />Assessments<br />Announcements<br />
    45. 45. Model 4 Examples<br />Documents, Handouts<br />Multimedia Resources<br />Announcements<br />Assessments<br />Collaboration<br />
    46. 46. Model 3 Examples<br />Documents, Handouts<br />Announcements<br />Virtual Labs<br />Assessments<br />Collaboration<br />Multimedia Resources<br />
    47. 47. Moving Forward<br />Online<br />Resources<br />Substantial<br />Online Components<br />Mostly Online<br />Curriculum<br />Mostly/Fully<br />Online Curriculum<br />Fully<br />Online<br />MODEL<br />5<br />MODEL<br />4<br />MODEL<br />3<br />MODEL<br />2<br />MODEL<br />1<br />Daily Classroom Instruction<br />Some<br />Optional<br />100%<br />TBD%<br />
    48. 48. KS Outreach Online Programs<br />
    49. 49. KS Collaborations<br />Online model is evolving<br />Provide culture-based curriculum & provide support to instructors in the DOE or Charter Schools <br />Course Offerings:<br />Modern Hawaiian History<br />Hawaiian Pacific Literature<br />
    50. 50. KS Bb Course Interface<br />Relevance Rigor  Relationships<br />
    51. 51. Student Samples<br />1.<br />2.<br />
    52. 52. Bb Tools Integration<br />Gradebook<br />Discussion Board<br />Digital Drop Box<br />Wikis<br />Blogs<br />Bb Collaborate<br />Instant Messaging (Pronto)<br />Voice authoring (Wimba)<br />
    53. 53. Next Steps<br />Continually expand hybrid and online learning opportunities<br />KS Enterprise Bb Consolidation Project<br />Integration of Bb Community Engagement, Content Management & Bb Mobile<br />Implement Single sign-on<br />
    54. 54. Contact Information<br />Mimi Wong<br />Instructional Technology Manager<br />Kamehameha Schools<br /><br />808-842-8061<br />Dorothy Hirata<br />Distance Learning Director<br />Kamehameha Schools<br /><br />808-842-8881<br />
    55. 55. Ways to Learn More and Get Started<br />Blended Learning: Where Online and Face-to-Face Instruction Intersect <br />for 21st Century Teaching and Learning <br />Blended learning, the teaching practice that combines teaching methods from both face-to-face and online learning, is an established, rapidly growing model of instruction. It has proven highly effective in helping schools and districts address the challenges of student achievement, limited resources, and the expectations of 21st century learners. This paper reviews the working definitions of blended learning, explores relevant efficacy data, recaps innovative and practical implementation models and provides profiles of several schools and districts that are experiencing success with their blended learning programs. <br />The Rise of K-12 Blended Learning<br />In 2009, more than 3 million K-12 students took an online course. This paper by the Innosight Institute shares information collected from a market survey of the emerging blended-learning environment. Research shows that blended learning is gravitating toward six models. This paper explains these models and gives use case examples for how districts are incorporating blended learning into the curriculum.<br />Call Us!<br />We would love to hear from you! Call us anytime at 800-424-9299, Option 4<br />
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    57. 57. Pam willingham<br /><br />Dorothy hirata<br /><br />Mimi wong<br /><br />Annie Lewis<br />ANNIE.LEWIS@BLACKBOARD.COM<br />John Canuel<br /><br />Contact Information<br />