Disrupting Class
Michael B. Horn | mhorn@christenseninstitute.org | Twitter: @christenseninst
What If School Looked Like…
Clayton christensen institute
@christenseninst
What is disruptive
innovation?
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@christenseninst
Disruption in computing
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@christenseninst
How does disruptive
innovation relate to
education?
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Prime examples of nonconsumption
• Credit recovery
• Drop outs
• AP/advance...
Clayton christensen institute
@christenseninst
What are online
learning’s potential
benefits?
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Potential benefits of online learning
Personalization
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
What is personalized learning?
• Tailoring learning for each student’s stre...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
# christenseninst
Different learning needs at different times
Long-term Memory
Declarative
E...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Learning environments modeled upon factories
Current system was built to st...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
# christenseninst
The “Swiss-cheese problem” in education
Students develop holes in their le...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
# christenseninst
Personalization through modularity
Benefits of online and blended learning
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Potential benefits of online learning
Personalization Data and Feedback
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Deliver content to
students
Testing &
assessment
Progress to next grade,
su...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Offer learning
experiences to
students
Testing &
assessment
Receive real-ti...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
High-quality competency-based learning
• Students advance upon mastery.
• C...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Potential benefits of online learning
Individualization
Teacher Effectivene...
Clayton christensen institute
@christenseninst
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Mentor
Facilitator
Tutor
Evaluator
Counselor
What’s the best use of face-...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Benefits of online and blended learning
Teacher EffectivenessIndividualizat...
Clayton christensen institute
@christenseninst
Will online learning
fulfill its potential?
Clayton christensen institute
@christenseninst
Technology improves predictably
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
The rise of K-12 blended learning
Definition of blended learning
A formal e...
CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE
@christenseninst
Blended Learning is not…
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@christenseninst
Emerging blended-learning models
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@christenseninst
Station Rotation Model
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Station Rotation Model
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Station Rotation Model
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@christenseninst
Lab Rotation Model
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Flipped Classroom Model
Choose a rally cry
Implementing blended learning
Identify measurable outcomes
Organize the team
Teacher Experience
Student...
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Safe
Clean
Inspiring
Available
Flexible
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Teacher Experience
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Blended Learning in K8 Schools: Expert Advice from Michael Horn

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Blended Learning in K8 Schools: Expert Advice from Michael Horn
Attend this web seminar to learn from renowned expert on K12 blended learning, Michael Horn, as well as educators at the forefront of blended learning innovation. Horn will illustrate how online learning is emerging within schools to create a more personalized learning model for all students. He will also outline the different ways in which blended learning is growing and evolving, and how it is transforming the education system into a more student-centric environment. And, innovative educators will describe how they have made the transition to blended learning and offer useful perspectives for districts of any size.

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How disruptive innovation will change the way the world learns
How disruptive innovations are emerging with the promise to make education more affordable
Real stories from elementary and middle schools that have recently adopted blended learning in their schools

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  • Disruption in brief through circles – make clear 2 types of innovation (1 that improves products in the circle, 1 outside)Online learning as disruptionWhat’s exciting about it  PotentialImprovingBlended learningTell blended learning as disruptive vs. sustaining story through sailboat shorthandTeam structures to innovateSomewhere how it fits in with project-based learning – in staffing.
  • DreamBox Learning combines 3 essential elements in one mobile app:1) Mathematics- CCSSM & Standards for Mathematical Practice- unlike other programs that provide drill and practice DreamBox builds both conceptual understanding and procedural fluency2) Flexible & Motivating (persist and progress) – gaming fundamentals, cloud based. Mobile app allows same rich learning experience on a mobile device with ease of login, flexibility, convenience, interaction and accessibility for all users.3) Powerful intelligent adaptive learning engine providing millions of personalized learning paths—each one—tailored to a student’s unique needs.
  • Blended Learning in K8 Schools: Expert Advice from Michael Horn

    1. 1. Disrupting Class Michael B. Horn | mhorn@christenseninstitute.org | Twitter: @christenseninst What If School Looked Like…
    2. 2. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst What is disruptive innovation?
    3. 3. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Disruption in computing
    4. 4. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst How does disruptive innovation relate to education?
    5. 5. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Prime examples of nonconsumption • Credit recovery • Drop outs • AP/advanced courses • Scheduling conflicts • Home-schooled and homebound students • Small, rural, urban schools • Unit recovery • Disaster preparedness • Tutoring • Developing countries • Professional development • Pre-K • After school • In the home • Incarcerated youth • In-school suspension • School bus commute • Summer school • Teacher absenteeism • Migrant worker families • Foreign languages Budget cuts and teacher shortages are an opportunity, not a threat.
    6. 6. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst What are online learning’s potential benefits?
    7. 7. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Potential benefits of online learning Personalization
    8. 8. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst What is personalized learning? • Tailoring learning for each student’s strengths, needs & interests • Enable student voice & choice in what, how, when & where they learn • Provide flexibility and supports to ensure mastery of highest standards possible • Personalization encompasses notions of differentiation & individualization Lots of definitions
    9. 9. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE # christenseninst Different learning needs at different times Long-term Memory Declarative Episodic Semantic Procedural Skills Habits
    10. 10. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Learning environments modeled upon factories Current system was built to standardize
    11. 11. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE # christenseninst The “Swiss-cheese problem” in education Students develop holes in their learning
    12. 12. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE # christenseninst Personalization through modularity Benefits of online and blended learning
    13. 13. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Potential benefits of online learning Personalization Data and Feedback
    14. 14. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Deliver content to students Testing & assessment Progress to next grade, subject, or body of material Receive results Fixed-time, variable learning
    15. 15. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Offer learning experiences to students Testing & assessment Receive real-time interactive feedback Progress to next body of material Learning is fixed and time is variable Competency-based learning
    16. 16. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst High-quality competency-based learning • Students advance upon mastery. • Competencies include explicit, measurable, transferable learning objectives that empower students. • Assessment is meaningful and a positive learning experience for students. • Students receive timely, differentiated support based on their individual learning needs. • Learning outcomes emphasize competencies that include application and creation of knowledge, along with the development of important skills and dispositions. A working definition from CompetencyWorks
    17. 17. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Potential benefits of online learning Individualization Teacher Effectiveness Data and Feedback
    18. 18. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst T Mentor Facilitator Tutor Evaluator Counselor What’s the best use of face-to-face time?
    19. 19. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Benefits of online and blended learning Teacher EffectivenessIndividualization Data and Feedback Cost Control
    20. 20. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst Will online learning fulfill its potential?
    21. 21. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst Technology improves predictably
    22. 22. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst The rise of K-12 blended learning Definition of blended learning A formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path and/or pace at least in part in a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home (such as school). 100010 001111 010101 000 1000100 0111101 0101000 The modalities along each student’s learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience.
    23. 23. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Blended Learning is not…
    24. 24. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Emerging blended-learning models
    25. 25. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Station Rotation Model
    26. 26. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Station Rotation Model
    27. 27. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Station Rotation Model
    28. 28. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Lab Rotation Model
    29. 29. CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE @christenseninst Flipped Classroom Model
    30. 30. Choose a rally cry Implementing blended learning Identify measurable outcomes Organize the team Teacher Experience Student Experience Content Technology Facilities Culture
    31. 31. Clayton christensen institute @christenseninst T Safe Clean Inspiring Available Flexible What’s the best use of brick-and-mortar space?
    32. 32. Choose a rally cry Implementing blended learning Identify measurable outcomes Organize the team Teacher Experience Student Experience Content Technology Facilities Culture Identify and prioritize assumptions Test and learn Adjust!Adjust!
    33. 33. 3 Essential Elements Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ Engine • Millions of personalized learning paths • Tailored to each student’s unique needs Motivating Environment • Motivating and empowering environments • Gaming fundamentals, rewards Rigorous Mathematics • Common Core State Standards, Texas TEKS, Virginia SOL, Canada WNCP & Ontario Curriculum • Standards for Mathematical Practice © DreamBox Learning
    34. 34. DreamBox Lessons & Virtual Manipulatives Intelligently adapt & individualize to: • Students’ own intuitive strategies • Kinds of mistakes • Efficiency of strategy • Scaffolding needed • Response time
    35. 35. Robust Reporting © DreamBox Learning
    36. 36. Strong Support for Differentiation © DreamBox Learning
    37. 37. Sign up for a FREE School-Wide Trial www.dreambox.com/free-trial © DreamBox Learning

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