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  • The objective of online and hybrid is to create an environment that fosters learning. This presentation should help you to understand the difference between delivery systems as well as provide you with insight into what makes a successful online course.
  • Students are comfortable with what they know and they know how to learn in a classroom. It doesn’t offer any surprises. Many students like to be able to look directly at their instructor or other students in order to carry on a conversation. They need the direct attention that comes from a traditional course. Students may not grasp the basics of concepts, ideas, theories or course materials. The traditional classroom allows the instructor to adjust student learning almost automatically. He or she can modify the delivery of content to include further instruction in the difficult to understand concepts.
  • Students are comfortable with what they know and they know how to learn in a classroom. It doesn’t offer any surprises. Many students like to be able to look directly at their instructor or other students in order to carry on a conversation. They need the direct attention that comes from a traditional course. Students may not grasp the basics of concepts, ideas, theories or course materials. The traditional classroom allows the instructor to adjust student learning almost automatically. He or she can modify the delivery of content to include further instruction in the difficult to understand concepts.
  • Learning comes in many models. There is traditional learning also known as classroom learning; e-Learning also known as the virtual classroom or online learning; in between these two models is hybrid… it’s a little bit of this and a little bit of that.
  • Hybrid and Online Learning (shared using VisualBee)

    1. 1. Introduction to<br />HYBRID AND ONLINE LEARNING<br />Defining, Designing and Delivering Courses That Meet the Needs<br />of Students<br />
    2. 2. Offer It and They Will Come<br />DECIDING ON THE FORMAT:TRADITIONAL, <br />ONLINE OR <br />HYBRID<br />
    3. 3. IT’S ALL IN THE DELIVERY<br /><ul><li>Traditional or Classroom
    4. 4. Learning occurs at a set time in a set location over a specific period of time – campus or classroom
    5. 5. Online / Computer-Based
    6. 6. Learning occurs over a virtual connection from anywhere at anytime – no face-to-face meetings
    7. 7. Hybrid / Blended
    8. 8. Combines of face-to-face with a virtual connection</li></li></ul><li>EACH HAS <br />ADVANTAGES<br />
    9. 9. Traditional or Classroom<br />FACE-TO-FACE LEARNING<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>Course is Structured
    10. 10. Students know what to expect
    11. 11. Face-to-Face Interaction
    12. 12. Real time involvement and discussion
    13. 13. Modify Delivery of Course Materials
    14. 14. Quickly adjust schedule to help explain difficult concepts or confusing issues</li></li></ul><li>Online or Virtual<br />COMPUTER-BASED LEARNING<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>Flexible Learning – Anytime, Anyplace
    15. 15. Eliminates time and place constraints
    16. 16. Removes Barriers
    17. 17. Able to continue working and caring for family
    18. 18. Students Become the Center of Learning
    19. 19. Become immersed in the learning process
    20. 20. Students Set Their Own Pace
    21. 21. Technology allows learning to be distributedin different formats</li></li></ul><li>Hybrid or Blended<br />COMBINES LEARNING MODELS<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>Best of Both Worlds
    22. 22. Face-to-face to discuss difficult issues
    23. 23. Eases pressure of being on campus
    24. 24. Increases Collaboration Between Students
    25. 25. Discussions and group activities
    26. 26. Decreases Dependence on Instructor
    27. 27. Students take responsibility for their own learning
    28. 28. Relieves Demand for Seats on Campus
    29. 29. Several courses can be scheduled in one classroom</li></li></ul><li>EACH HAS <br />DISADVANTAGES<br />
    30. 30. Traditional or Classroom<br />FACE-TO-FACE LEARNING<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>Control of Learning Belongs to Instructor
    31. 31. Spends much of the time lecturing
    32. 32. Restricted to a Pre-Determined Schedule
    33. 33. Students must be in a certain place at a certain time over an extended period
    34. 34. Learning Occurs Differently for Each Student
    35. 35. Instructors cannot accommodate the needs of every student</li></li></ul><li>Online or Virtual<br />COMPUTER-BASED LEARNING<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>No Face-to-Face Interaction
    36. 36. Alone and isolated - communication loses impact
    37. 37. Technical Limitations for Both Instructor & Student
    38. 38. Confidence in technical skills
    39. 39. Required equipment to meet the course specifications
    40. 40. Time Must be Managed Well by Instructor & Student
    41. 41. Commitment to being present online daily
    42. 42. Challenges in Offering Hands-On Training
    43. 43. Labs and activities difficult to replicate</li></li></ul><li>Hybrid or Blended<br />COMBINES LEARNING MODELS<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>Technical Limitations – Both Instructor & Student
    44. 44. Confidence in technical skills
    45. 45. Required equipment to meet the course specifications
    46. 46. Finding the Right Balance
    47. 47. Define face-to-face time
    48. 48. Utilize face-to-face time</li></li></ul><li>Moving to a Virtual ModelDesign It Right…<br />AND THEY <br />WILL STAY<br />
    49. 49. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />CREATE CONSISTENCY<br /><ul><li>Courses Should Have the Same Look and Feel as Other Courses within a Department
    50. 50. Design a common menu that works well within the department
    51. 51. Use the same terms to relate to similar course objects (ex: Unit vs Module)
    52. 52. Provide a comfortable environment by being consistent</li></li></ul><li>MAKE YOUR PRESENCE KNOWN<br />WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br /><ul><li>Introduce Yourself to the Class
    53. 53. Welcome video or message
    54. 54. Online office hours
    55. 55. Contact information
    56. 56. Share Your Communications Plan
    57. 57. How you will communicate
    58. 58. How often you will communicate</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />SET COURSE EXPECTATIONS<br /><ul><li>Lay It All on the Line
    59. 59. Attendance policy
    60. 60. Cheating and plagiarism policies
    61. 61. Code of conduct
    62. 62. Post what you expect from them
    63. 63. Response to discussions
    64. 64. Assignments, projects and deadlines
    65. 65. Post what they can expect from you
    66. 66. Online office hours
    67. 67. Response time to discussions, assignments, email</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />CREATE A FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT<br /><ul><li>Make the Student Feel Welcome
    68. 68. Allow them to introduce themselves
    69. 69. Provide them with a place they meet to ask questions or discuss issues – Online Café
    70. 70. Make the Student Feel Safe
    71. 71. Protect against online bullies
    72. 72. Respect culture, gender and learning preferences</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />MEETING COURSE OBJECTIVES<br /><ul><li>Do Not Use Technology Simply for the Sake of Using It
    73. 73. Make sure the technology has a purpose
    74. 74. Use it only when you need it
    75. 75. Continually Remind Students of the Objectives
    76. 76. Introduce and recap</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />ACTIVELY INVOLVE STUDENTS<br /><ul><li>Student-Centered Learning
    77. 77. Group activities
    78. 78. Case studies
    79. 79. Role-playing
    80. 80. Critical Thinking
    81. 81. Understand and apply learning
    82. 82. Reflections - Journals</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />BUILD LEARNING COMMUNITY<br /><ul><li>Communicate and Collaborate
    83. 83. Interaction between students
    84. 84. Team activities
    85. 85. Group projects and activities
    86. 86. Synchronous and Asynchronous
    87. 87. Chat rooms, Skype
    88. 88. Discussion board, wikis and blogs</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />PROVIDE PROMPT FEEDBACK<br /><ul><li>Concise Grading Criteria
    89. 89. Rubrics
    90. 90. Syllabus
    91. 91. Use Tools for Immediate Response
    92. 92. Online quizzes and tests
    93. 93. Commenting features in Blackboard</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH RESOURCES<br /><ul><li>Create Access to Critical Tools
    94. 94. Technology training tools / tutorials
    95. 95. ITS Help Desk
    96. 96. Library resources
    97. 97. Graduate Student Support Center</li></li></ul><li>IT’S ALL <br />THE RAGE<br />
    98. 98. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />PROVIDE FACULTY SUPPORT<br /><ul><li>Workshops for Faculty to Include:
    99. 99. Transitioning into an Online Course
    100. 100. Tools for Online Teaching
    101. 101. Managing Content - Blackboard
    102. 102. Managing Time
    103. 103. Theories of Learning
    104. 104. Assessing Student Success</li></li></ul><li>WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?<br />PROMOTE ONLINE SUCCESS<br /><ul><li>Course Development
    105. 105. Assistance with course design
    106. 106. Develop strategies for student success
    107. 107. Manage content - Blackboard
    108. 108. Manage time
    109. 109. Define theories of learning
    110. 110. Assess student success</li>

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