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Blended Learning in Practice

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Blended Learning in Practice

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Blended Learning in Practice

  1. 1. See some dimensions of blended learning models: Go to: http://tinyurl.com/ov83tnf Review page 7
  2. 2. Rotation Model The Rotation model is one in which students rotate from online instruction to face-to-face instruction. This could be via a flipped classroom approach, in which students view lecture videos at home and work on homework- type problems in class, to a station rotation model, in which students rotate through stations, at least one of which is online.
  3. 3. Flex Model The Flex model is one in which students work through complete online curricula in an brick-and- mortar classroom with teachers there in person to help support that work.
  4. 4. A La Carte Model In the A La Carte model, students are able to pick and chose between entirely face-to-face courses or online courses in any combination.
  5. 5. Enriched Virtual Model The least used model is the Enriched Virtual model, in which students come to just a few face- to-face sessions (maybe at the beginning of the course and at the end) and complete the rest of their work online.
  6. 6. Choosing a Model Why are you interested in using blended learning in your school/classroom? What problem are you trying to solve? What role do you want students to play in a blended classroom?
  7. 7. Choosing a Model What role do you want teachers to play in a blended classroom? What technology/space do you have available to support blended learning?
  8. 8. References Christensen Institute. (2012). Christensen Institute Blended Learning. Retrieved June 19, 2015, from http://www.christenseninstitute.org/key-concepts/blended-learning-2/ Graham, C. R., Henrie, C. R., and Gibbons, A. S. (2014). Developing models and theory for blended learning research. In A.G. Picciano, C.D. Dziuban, and C.R. Graham (Eds.), Blended Learning: Research perspectives, volume 2 (pp. 13-33). New York: Routledge. Horn, M. B., Staker, H. (2015), Blended: Using disruptive innovation to improve schools. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  9. 9. References International Association for K-12 Online Learning. (2011). National standards for quality online courses, Version 2. Retrieved July 8, 2015, from http://www.inacol.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/national-standards-for- quality-online-courses-v2.pdf

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