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Hybrid blended and personalized learning what does all that mean-sept 2018

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Hybrid blended and personalized learning what does all that mean-sept 2018

  1. 1. Hybrid, Blended and Personalized Learning: What Does All That Mean? Derrick Mears, Ph.D. Program Coordinator-Educational Technology Associate Professor Curriculum and Instruction/Educational Technology Twitter: @MearsDr Website: tinyurl.com/DrMearsETEC
  2. 2. Stuff You Will Need •Apple Device •QR Code Reader and Scanner •Android Device •QR Code Reader
  3. 3. Who is This Guy! •25th year in education: • 12 years in K-12: • Kansas City Public School District • North Kansas City School District • Science, Physical Education and Gifted Education • Chair of Staff Development Committee, New Teacher Mentor, Essential Elements of
  4. 4. Who is This Guy! •28th year in education: • 16th year in Higher Education: • Teacher Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology • Currently coordinate the Educational Technology programs • Teach graduate courses in: • Educational media, Learning with Technology in K-12 Schools, Instructional Design, Curriculum and Assessment, K-12 On-Line Curriculum Development, Distance Learning
  5. 5. Who Is This Guy? • Master’s Degree in Educational Technology • Focus on K-12 Technology Integration & On- Line Learning • Instructional Design-designing courses for Higher Education & Corporate Training in Business and Industry • Graduate Certificate in K-12 On-Line Teaching • 5 course program which focuses on developing curriculum and skills for teaching in On-Line and Blended Environments for K-12
  6. 6. Why Are We Here? To Try Make Sense of All This!
  7. 7. Here We Go! Topic One: On-Line Learning • Over 300,000 students attend online schools • 30 states offer fully online statewide schools • 20 states prohibit open enrollment in online schools • 26 states offer state virtual schooling Evergreen Educational Group (2015). Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning: An Annual Review of Policy and Practice (12th Ed.). Retrieved from https://www.inacol.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Keeping-Pace-2015-Report-1.pdf
  8. 8. Here We Go! Topic One: On-Line Learning • 16% of the U.S. K–12 student population is enrolled in online schools • 20 states have enacted a combined total of 28 laws related to data privacy • 11 states offer online course choice programs Evergreen Educational Group (2015). Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning: An Annual Review of Policy and Practice (12th Ed.). Retrieved from https://www.inacol.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Keeping-Pace-2015-Report-1.pdf
  9. 9. Here We Go! Topic One: On-Line Learning Evergreen Educational Group (2016). Why do students choose blended and online schools? The “end of average” requires personalized learning environments. Retrieved from https://static1.squarespace.com/static/59c3f229197aeabbd2a556b2/t/5afde15c70a6adead81fed55/1526587747644/FOBL_WhyStudentsChoose.pdf
  10. 10. Here We Go! Topic One: On-Line Learning Evergreen Educational Group (2016). Why do students choose blended and online schools? The “end of average” requires personalized learning environments. Retrieved from https://static1.squarespace.com/static/59c3f229197aeabbd2a556b2/t/5afde15c70a6adead81fed55/1526587747644/FOBL_WhyStudentsChoose.pdf
  11. 11. Topic Two: Hybrid or Blended Learning What’s The Diff? de’Prez, M. (2016) The difference between hybrid and blended learning Retrieved from https://www.anewspring.com/blended-and-hybrid-learning/ Blended learning focuses on the combination of structured face-to-face and online learning • Instructional seat time is adjusted accordingly • Example • Five 50 minute classes per week • Three 50 minute classes per week • Two 50 minute modules on line • More difficult in traditional K-12 school setting
  12. 12. Topic Two: Hybrid or Blended Learning What’s The Diff? de’Prez, M. (2016) The difference between hybrid and blended learning Retrieved from https://www.anewspring.com/blended-and-hybrid-learning/ Hybrid learning- find best mix no matter if they are face-to-face or online. • Can be all done in face-to face setting but some work on-line, some face-to face • Example • Five 50 minute classes per week • Time varies with on-line and face- to face as needed • More commonly how it is applied in K-12 settings
  13. 13. Topic Two: Hybrid or Blended Learning What’s The Diff? Maxwell, C. (2016). What blended learning is and isn’t. Retrieved from https://www.blendedlearning.org/what-blended-learning-is-and-isnt/ Blended Learning versus Tech Rich Instruction • Blended Learning • Independence and personalization • Tech Rich Instruction • Pacing remains consistent • Product remains consistent • Software based instruction.
  14. 14. TopicThree:FlippedClassroom? Flipped Learning Network, (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P , Retrieved from https://flippedlearning.org/wp- content/uploads/2016/07/FLIP_handout_FNL_Web.pdf • Direct instruction • Individual learning space • Group space • Interactive learning • Educator guides students • Application • Engage with content
  15. 15. TopicThree:FlippedClassroom? Flipped Learning Network, (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P , Retrieved from https://flippedlearning.org/wp- content/uploads/2016/07/FLIP_handout_FNL_Web.pdf Pillars of Flipped Learning
  16. 16. TopicThree:FlippedClassroom? Flipped Learning Network, (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P , Retrieved from https://flippedlearning.org/wp- content/uploads/2016/07/FLIP_handout_FNL_Web.pdf Pillars of Flipped Learning
  17. 17. TopicThree:FlippedClassroom? Flipped Learning Network, (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P , Retrieved from https://flippedlearning.org/wp- content/uploads/2016/07/FLIP_handout_FNL_Web.pdf Pillars of Flipped Learning
  18. 18. TopicThree:FlippedClassroom? Flipped Learning Network, (2014) The Four Pillars of F-L-I-P , Retrieved from https://flippedlearning.org/wp- content/uploads/2016/07/FLIP_handout_FNL_Web.pdf Pillars of Flipped Learning
  19. 19. Topic Four: Personalized Learning Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Afton Partners, the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, CEE Trust, the Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, Charter School Growth Fund, EDUCAUSE, iNACOL, the Learning Accelerator, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Silicon Schools (2014). Personalized Learning-A working definition. Retrieved from https://www.edweek.org/ew/collections/personalized-learning- special-report-2014/a-working-definition.html • Personalized Learning • Pace of learning and approach are optimized for the needs of each learner. • Objectives, approaches, and content vary based on learner needs. • Meaningful, relevant and self-initiated
  20. 20. Topic Four: Personalized Learning Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Afton Partners, the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, CEE Trust, the Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, Charter School Growth Fund, EDUCAUSE, iNACOL, the Learning Accelerator, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Silicon Schools (2014). Personalized Learning-A working definition. Retrieved from https://www.edweek.org/ew/collections/personalized-learning- special-report-2014/a-working-definition.html • Personalized Learning Components
  21. 21. How Do We Do this? Items to Ponder • Item # 1: Are we re-imagining or just digitizing learning? • Item # 2: What year are we preparing them for? • Item # 3: How do we address social emotional development? • Item # 4: How do we not stress them out? • Item # 5: How do we personalize learning?
  22. 22. Item # 1: Are we Re-Imagining Learning?
  23. 23. Item # 2: What Year Are We Preparing Our Students For?
  24. 24. Item # 3: How Do We Address Social Emotional Development? Knowledge Works (2017). The Future of Learning: Redefining Readiness from the Inside Out, Retrieved from https://knowledgeworks.org/resources/future-learning-redefining-readiness/ • Increased Focus on Social/Emotional Development • Concerns with isolation of working in the on-line environment • Looks at working environments of the future. • Three Key Components • Individual Awareness • Self regulations of emotions • Social Awareness • Empathy and perspective taking • Self Discovery • Deep self Knowledge
  25. 25. Item # 4: How do we not stress them out? Guyan, M. (2013). 5 Ways to Reduce Cognitive Load in eLearning. Retrieved from https://elearningindustry.com/5-ways-to- reduce-cognitive-load-in-elearning • Cognitive Load Theory • Intrinsic • Complexity inherent in the material being studied. • Extraneous • Cognitive load imposed by non- relevant elements that require extra mental processing • Germane • Elements that allow cognitive resources to be put towards learning
  26. 26. Item # 4: How do we not stress them out? Guyan, M. (2013). 5 Ways to Reduce Cognitive Load in eLearning. Retrieved from https://elearningindustry.com/5-ways-to- reduce-cognitive-load-in-elearning • Reducing Cognitive Load in Web- Based Learning • Present some information visually and some verbally • Break content into small segments • Remove non-essential content • Place words close to graphics • Don’t narrate on-screen text word- for-word
  27. 27. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? • What’s On The Menu? • Entrees • Virtual Presentations or big products/projects you want students to produce • Appetizers • Media based presentations that will be used in the Entree or background projects that lead to Entrée • Beverages • Non-digital projects • Desserts • Digital small projects
  28. 28. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? • Menu Guidelines • Students complete 1 selection from perhaps 2 categories • Remember cognitive load. • They should not complete them all • Such as a entrée and one of the others
  29. 29. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? • Think Management and Backwards Design • Standard Alignment • Build Your Rubric • Organize Selections • Google Forms • Tool tutorials for students to review
  30. 30. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? • Middle School Space Systems • MS-ESS1-1. • Develop and use a model of the Earth-sun-moon system to describe the cyclic patterns of lunar phases, eclipses of the sun and moon, and seasons.
  31. 31. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? •Setting Up The Rubric •Criterion •Scoring Levels •Orange Slice •Rubristar
  32. 32. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? •Setting Up The Menu •Select the products •Set up a way to schedule •Google Forms
  33. 33. Item # 5: How do we personalize learning? Menu Template
  34. 34. Entrees (Main Creation) Desserts (record audio/video) Beverages (Non-Digital) • Google Slides • Google Draw Poster • Google Document • Powtoon • Educreation • Thinglink • Screencastify • WeVideo • Vocaroo • Cardboard Poster • Create a Skit or Play • Create a Cereal Box Display • Dress up and Present • Create a Diorama Menu Item # 5: How do we personalize learning?
  35. 35. Google Slides ● Go to slides.google.com ● Create a slide presentation with your content. ● Once you are finished, share with your teacher to their email address. ● Google Slides is one of your connected apps in the G- Suite Entrees (Main Creation) Back To Menu
  36. 36. Google Draw Poster ● Go to drawings.google.com ● Create a Google Draw Poster with your content. ● Once you are finished, share with your teacher to their email address. ● Google Drawings is one of your connected apps in the G-Suite Entrees (Main Creation) Back To Menu
  37. 37. Google Document ● Go to docs.google.com ● Create an essay or document with your content. ● Once you are finished, share with your teacher via their email address. ● Google Documents is one of your connected apps in the G-Suite Entrees (Main Creation) Back To Menu
  38. 38. Powtoon ● Go to: https://www.powtoon.com/ home/ ● Sign-in with your google account to get started. ● Follow the tutorial steps, save, and share link with your teacher. ● Create Script, Record Voiceover, and Add Visuals! Have fun!Entrees (Main Creation) Back To Menu
  39. 39. Educreation ● Go to: https://www.educreations.co m/ ● Sign-in with your google account to get started. ● Follow the tutorial steps, save, and share link with your teacher. ● Create slides, record, and share! Entrees (Main Creation) Back To Menu
  40. 40. Thinglink ● Go to: https://www.thinglink.com/ ● Sign-in with your google account to get started. ● Follow the tutorial steps, save, and share link with your teacher. ● Add a “main image/graphic” and then add hotspot links on top of it! Entrees (Main Creation) Back To MenuThis could also be done in a Google Drawing
  41. 41. Screencastify ● Go to: https://goo.gl/ADPjQ4 ● Screencastify is a chrome extension ● With Screencastify you can record either your computer screen or yourself with your webcam. ● Write your script, and prepare what you are going to say. ● Save your recording and send to your teacher. Desserts (record audio/video) Back To Menu
  42. 42. WeVideo ● Go to: https://www.wevideo.co m/ ● WeVideo is a great website to record using your webcam. ● Create a script and prepare what you are going to say. ● Record your video and share download or link with your teacher. Desserts (record audio/video) Back To Menu
  43. 43. Vocaroo ● Go to: https://vocaroo.com/ ● Vocaroo is a wonderful site that records audio only. Save and share with your teacher. ● Prepare your script and what you are going to say. ● Record your presentation and share with your teacher. Desserts (record audio/video) Back To Menu
  44. 44. Beverages (Non-Digital) Cardboard Poster ● Create a cardboard poster with your content. ● Add pictures, color, content, and information. Back To Menu
  45. 45. Beverages (Non-Digital) Create a Skit or Play ● With your content, create a skit or play. ● Create a script with your content and act out your skit or play in front of your class. ● You may also record your script or play from home. Back To Menu
  46. 46. Beverages (Non-Digital) Create a Cereal Box Display ● Using a cereal box, add your content, title, and pictures to your cereal box. Back To Menu
  47. 47. Beverages (Non-Digital) Dress-Up and Present ● Dress-up with respect to your content. ● Example: Doing a report on a president? Dress up as the president and present your content. ● Perform your presentation in front of your class. Back To Menu
  48. 48. Beverages (Non-Digital) Create a Diorama ● Create a 3-D Diorama in regards to your content. ● Shoeboxes, and or cardboard will help with this. Back To Menu
  49. 49. Padlet (Whole/Small group) ● As the teacher or group leader, Go to: https://padlet.com/ ● Create your padlet as a small group or class using your content. When finished, share link with your teacher. Back To Menu
  50. 50. Hybrid, Blended and Personalized Learning: What Does All That Mean? Derrick Mears, Ph.D. Program Coordinator-Educational Technology Associate Professor Curriculum and Instruction/Educational Technology Twitter: @MearsDr Website: tinyurl.com/DrMearsETEC

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