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Blending your education start session by Naomi Wahls

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Blending your education start session by Naomi Wahls

  1. 1. Blending  your education
  2. 2. Agenda Icebreaker COVID education Blended Learning Advantages of Blended Learning Blended learning wave The course: Blending your education
  3. 3. Icebreaker Years experience: under 2 (thumbs up) under 5 (smiley face) under 10 (heart) over 10 (tada) Go to food item on campus: stir-fry with rice (thumbs up) sandwich (smiley face) tacos (heart)
  4. 4. COVID Education Photo by Ryan Snaadt on Unsplash
  5. 5. Contents Photo by Bilal O. on Unsplash Blended courses performed  much better during the  COVID situation
  6. 6. Blended Learning?! CC-BY-NC Jodie Taylor
  7. 7. Definitions Blended learning refers to learning as a result of a deliberate,  integrated combination of online and face-to-face learning  activities. Blended teaching refers to designing and facilitating blended  learning activities. Blended education is the formal context in which blended  teaching and learning take place, determined by policies and  conditions with regard to the organization and support of  blended teaching and learning.
  8. 8. Advantages of Blending Power of both online and face-to-face  environments More activating More flexible More feedback More effective and efficient
  9. 9. Blended Learning Wave
  10. 10. Blended Learning Wave
  11. 11. Course Modules Getting started Is your course ready to be blended? Plan your course design Prepare and teach your course Build your blended course Teach your blended course Evaluate and improve your course
  12. 12. Assignments Personal Plan Course Scan Storyboard Teaching Checklist Create an Assignment Rubric Communication Plan Course Evaluation Course Improvement Plan Reflection
  13. 13. Naomi Wahls is a Learning Developer and Continuing  Professional Development Coordinator at the Delft University of  Technology and the Hub Coordinator on topics related to  society, peace, justice, gender, equity for UNESCO Open  Education for a Better World. She has an MA in Spanish and an MA in Information and  Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado Denver. Naomi has worked in online higher education since 2006,  including supervising the CU Online Helpdesk, supporting  faculty and students. She created a Game Based Learning  course design for the Advanced Academic Achievement 109  online course for the Community College of Denver in 2012 and  again in 2014 when she designed and taught the first online  Spanish course at the University of Colorado Denver. Instructor
  14. 14. Learning Activity ROSE - Signifies a benefit.  What is working well related  to blended learning? Common Definitions How to participate Blended learning:  learning as a result of a deliberate, integrated combination of online  and face‐to‐face learning activities. Blended teaching:  the design and facilitation of blended learning activities. Blended education:  the formal context that is determined by policies and conditions with regard to the organization and support of blended  learning courses and programs. People: 2-10+ Length: 10-15 minutes Steps:  Working from left to right: identify Roses (benefits) identify Thorns (challenges) and identify Buds (type of learning activity you want to focus on) Tips:  Consider when your students need to meet synchronously  versus asynchronously 1. 2. 3. Gathering Feedback R, T, B S supports the  development  of students  digital literacy students  can work at  their own  pace Expanded  opportunities  to learn differrents ways  of teaching =  something for  every kind of  student A new  approach and  way of working  to learn What are the benefits you anticipate? Different forms  of education for  different aspects Flexibility,  creativity,  new  opportunities Flexibility Multiple modes of learning and teaching Students'  self- organisation make  students  do the  work Students  can make  their own  schedule time the access to  tehcnology/  good working  wifi People  struggling  with the  technology orchestration  of phases,  resources,  activities assesment Focus area THORN - Signifies a challenge.  What's not working well or are  you concerned about? BUD - Signifies potential.  What's something that   interests you most that you  want to focus on in the future? The art of actively choosing the flow of  learning from in person to online and back  again by balancing the needs of the  learning activities and social learning. What are the challenges that you see? What type of learning activity from this slide interests you most? Grab more sticky notes from here if you need them Clustering THEMES - Use these sticky  notes to identify patterns as you  group together similar stickies. Increased  flexibility for students. Create more  opportunities  for active   learning Potential better use of  student/teacher time -  making the best of each  space/context/scenario/time  for a learning activity better use of  classroom time -  for practice  rather than  presentation Equipment  ready for  distance  learning lack of  students'  maturity Flexibility,  creat ivity, new  opportunities  (Audbjorg) test Peer  feedback Discussion
  15. 15. What do you expect from this course? Idea Tools and experiences Learn more about Blending your Education https://digitelpro.eadtu.eu/course- programmes/blended-education and stay informed by registering for the course via https://tudelft.fra1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1Y8aCuCMZd7DdFs Data protection brightspace-support.tudelft.nl Educational Tooling: Overview of tools used in education | Brightspace Support The Advisory Committee Educational Tooling has created an overview of all the different tools that are currently being used in TU education. For each tool, which are not all centrally procured and supported, an advise on data responsibility is provided.… https://brightspace- support.tudelft.nl/educational -tooling/

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