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Learning and Teaching Online: 
Finding the Right Blend 
Author: @JRDingwall 
Date: October 23, 2014
I do not have an affiliation (financial or otherwise) 
with a pharmaceutical, medical device or communications 
organizati...
About this Workshop 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation d...
A bit about.me/jr_dingwall 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la form...
Who’s in the room? (2) 
Where are you joining us from? 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférenc...
Objectives (Why are we here today?) 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale su...
Objectives (What is YOUR goal?) 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la...
What is Blended Learning? 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la forma...
What is Blended Learning? 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la forma...
The Elements of Blended Learning 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur l...
The Elements of Blended Learning 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur l...
The Elements of Blended Learning 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur l...
The Elements of Blended Learning 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur l...
The Elements of Blended Learning 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur l...
The Elements of Blended Learning 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur l...
Example Blends 
• The use of a virtual learning environment in promoting 
virtual journal clubs and case-based discussions...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
• Think of an academic half-day, seminar, journal 
club, course, etc. from your...
What Might Blended Learning Look Like? 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
Consider the following elements of your case: 
• what components are you open t...
The Continuum of Instructional Practices 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationa...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
Consider the kinds of interactions in your case: 
• what do interactions look l...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
Consider the kinds of activities in your case: 
• how will learners participate...
Some Technology Integration Ideas 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur ...
Learning Management Systems 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la for...
Why Use Learning Management Systems 
Productive 
White-board 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La con...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
“Students can be critical of blended instruction if they feel 
the face-to-face...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
Consider the kinds of assessment in your case: 
• when/where/how will assessmen...
Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline 
Consider quality assurance in your case: 
• how will you know your blended cour...
Finding the Right Blend 
There is NO STANDARD BLEND! 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence ...
What are some concerns? 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formati...
What are some hopes? 
The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation ...
References 
Carman, J.M. (October, 2002). Blended learning design: five key elements. Agilant Learning. Retrieved June 26,...
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Learning and teaching Online: Finding the Right Blend

  1. 1. Learning and Teaching Online: Finding the Right Blend Author: @JRDingwall Date: October 23, 2014
  2. 2. I do not have an affiliation (financial or otherwise) with a pharmaceutical, medical device or communications organization. Je n’ai aucune affiliation (financière ou autre) avec une entreprise pharmaceutique, un fabricant d’appareils médicaux ou un cabinet de communication. Author: @JRDingwall Date: October 22, 2014
  3. 3. About this Workshop The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 3 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name ● Audience Response System ● (PollEv.com/jrdingwall824) ● Resources Available ● (http://goo.gl/C3PjkR) ● Guided Tour of Blended Learning #ICRE2014 #PA14
  4. 4. A bit about.me/jr_dingwall The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 4 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  5. 5. Who’s in the room? (2) Where are you joining us from? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 5 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  6. 6. Objectives (Why are we here today?) The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 6 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name ● describe the use of common tools in blended learning environments ● discuss issues and opportunities when using technology to enhance a program ● outline an example, from their own context, where they might consider using technology to enhance the delivery of a part of their program
  7. 7. Objectives (What is YOUR goal?) The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 7 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Why are you here today?
  8. 8. What is Blended Learning? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 8 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Face-to-Face Online
  9. 9. What is Blended Learning? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 9 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name What if I told you Uploading PDFs to a website is not an online course
  10. 10. The Elements of Blended Learning The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 10 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Self- Paced Learning Live Events Support Collaboration Materials Assessment Carman, J.M. (October, 2002). Blended learning design: five key elements. Agilant Learning.
  11. 11. The Elements of Blended Learning The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 11 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Self- Paced Learning Live Events Support Collaboration Materials Assessment
  12. 12. The Elements of Blended Learning The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 12 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Self- Paced Learning Live Events Support Collaboration Materials Assessment
  13. 13. The Elements of Blended Learning The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 13 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Self- Paced Learning Live Events Support Collaboration Materials Assessment
  14. 14. The Elements of Blended Learning The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 14 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Self- Paced Learning Live Events Support Collaboration Materials Assessment
  15. 15. The Elements of Blended Learning The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 15 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Self- Paced Learning Live Events Support Collaboration Materials Assessment
  16. 16. Example Blends • The use of a virtual learning environment in promoting virtual journal clubs and case-based discussions (link) • Leveraging Time and Learning Style, iPod vs Realtime Attendance at a Series of Conferences (link) • Surgery 101 (iTunes link) • Teaching Residents Evidence-Based Medicine: Through a Clinical Question of the Week (MedEdPORTAL link) • Flexible teaching for inflexible schedules: an online resident curriculum in acute ambulatory care (link) • What are some examples you’ve seen? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 16 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  17. 17. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline • Think of an academic half-day, seminar, journal club, course, etc. from your program that you know well • How many total hours are required/available? • How frequently do the participants meet? • What kinds of interactions are there? • Is technology currently being used already? • Is there a change taking place (more or less time available, distributed participants, etc.)? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 17 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  18. 18. What Might Blended Learning Look Like? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 18 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Face to Face ● Web-Enhanced ● Blended Synchronous ● Blended Asynchronous ● “Bookended” ● Online Cohort ● Online Self-Paced Fully Online
  19. 19. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline Consider the following elements of your case: • what components are you open to changing? • what will occur face-to-face/online? • relationship between these modalities? • how often will participants meet face-to-face? • is the total time commitment comparable with similar courses/seminars, etc? • what is the teacher’s role? • how important is learner interaction? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 19 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  20. 20. The Continuum of Instructional Practices The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 20 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Online (Self-Paced) Facilitated Online Blended Teacher/ Student Roles teacher prepared content & directed instruction but minimal involvement teacher prepared content & directed instruction interaction between teacher and students teacher prepared content & directed instruction need to participate face-to-face and online Online Approach asynchronous controlled by time synchronous or asynchronous teacher directed Synchronous teaching / learning Increased opportunities for asynchronous learning Instructional Strategy lecture / information transfer* lecture discussion lecture, discussion, task negotiation Role of Media/ Technology LMS, CAI assessment LMS, synchronous software, email LMS, conferencing, discussion boards, lab/ classroom, (Adapted from: Thompson, K. 2014 Blendkit Reader CC03.0)
  21. 21. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline Consider the kinds of interactions in your case: • what do interactions look like in face-to-face and online environments? • to whom will learners express themselves? • how will learners express themselves? • why will learners want to express themselves? • provide guidelines for learners • acknowledge learner views The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 21 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  22. 22. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline Consider the kinds of activities in your case: • how will learners participate? • how will learners interact with content? • how can consistency between content, learning activities, and submissions be preserved • how can technology provide meaningful experiences? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 22 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  23. 23. Some Technology Integration Ideas The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 23 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Media Form Technology (process) Technology (tools) Assimilative lectures watching video reading texts concept mapping, brainstorming, MCQ, social bookmarking Google Apps, Mindomo, audio, video, Blogs, Wikispaces, RSS readers Adaptive (Responsive) simulations modeling Camtasia, Articulate, simulations, eViPS Communicative discussions/forums chats text messages reasoning, arguing, coaching, debate, discussion, negotiation, performance Padlet, email, discussion boards, IM, video conferencing, webinar, Flinga, Wikispaces Productive (Creating) writing drawing composing remixing thesis, journaling, literature review, quizzes, portfolio creative applications, piazza, virtual learning environments, Diigo, comment bubble Experimental practicing applying experiencing investigating case-study, experiment, laboratory, field trip, game, role-playing virtual lab, 3D immersive environment, Aurasma Adapted from: Littlejohn, A. and Pegler, C. (2007). Preparing for blended e-learning. Routledge, LONDON: UK. via Blendkit Reader
  24. 24. Learning Management Systems The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 24 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name Source: edutechnica retrieved from link HT Phil Hill, e-literate
  25. 25. Why Use Learning Management Systems Productive White-board The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 25 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name LMS Experimental Assimilative Adaptive Communicative Structure Content Syllabus SCORM Quizzes Forums email video portfolio /journal
  26. 26. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline “Students can be critical of blended instruction if they feel the face-to-face and time-out-of-class components of the course are not well integrated.“ (Thompson, K. 2014) The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 26 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  27. 27. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline Consider the kinds of assessment in your case: • when/where/how will assessments take place? • formative vs. summative • what types of assessments will be available? • Focus on the learning not controlling Some helpful resources: Using Bloom’s Taxonomy to Create Multiple-Choice Questions Effective Assessment Examples Question Improvement Suggestions The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 27 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  28. 28. Creating Our Own Blended Learning Outline Consider quality assurance in your case: • how will you know your blended course is sound before launch • who is involved? (SME, ID, Reviewer, Developer) • how is success defined? • are there existing review forms? » example: Blended Course Self Assessment/Peer Review Form (Thompson, K. 2014 Blendkit Reader CC0 3.0) The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 28 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  29. 29. Finding the Right Blend There is NO STANDARD BLEND! The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 29 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  30. 30. What are some concerns? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 30 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  31. 31. What are some hopes? The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 31 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  32. 32. References Carman, J.M. (October, 2002). Blended learning design: five key elements. Agilant Learning. Retrieved June 26, 2011 from http:// www.agilantlearning.com/pdf/Blended%20Learning%20Design.pdf Chapman, B. (2013). Large Scale, Blended Learning Development: Benchmark [Research Study]. Published by Chapman Alliance LLC. www.chapmanalliance.com Cook, D. A., & Dupras, D. M. (2003). Flexible teaching for inflexible schedules: an online resident curriculum in acute ambulatory care. Medical teacher, 25(3), 330-331. Dziuban, C.D., Hartman, J.L., and Mehaffy, G.L. (2014). Blending it all together, In A. Picciano, C. Dziuban, and C. Graham (Eds.), Blended learning: Research perspectives, volume 2. NY: Routledge. Fink, Dee. (n.d.). A self-directed guide to designing courses for significant learning. Unpublished manuscript. Retrieved from http:// www.deefinkandassociates.com/GuidetoCourseDesignAug05.pdf Haas D, Mikhail L, Nocon J, Learman L. Teaching Residents Evidence-Based Medicine: Through a Clinical Question of the Week. MedEdPORTAL Publications; 2010. Available from: https://www.mededportal.org/publication/7720 http://dx.doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.7720 Hill, P. (2014). New data available for higher education LMS market. e-Literate. Retrieved from http://mfeldstein.com/new-data-available-higher-education- lms-market/ Palan, J., Roberts, V., Bloch, B., Kulkarni, A., Bhowal, B., & Dias, J. (2012). The use of a virtual learning environment in promoting virtual journal clubs and case-based discussions in trauma and orthopaedic postgraduate medical education The Leicester experience. Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, British Volume, 94(9), 1170-1175. Tempelhof, M. W., Garman, K. S., Langman, M. K., & Adams, M. B. (2009). Leveraging time and learning style, iPod vs. realtime attendance at a series of medicine residents conferences: a randomised controlled trial. Informatics in primary care, 17(2), 87-94. Thompson, K. (2014). The Blendkit Reader. University of Central Florida. Additional Reading Carlson, C. S., Aust, P. J., Gainey, B. S., McNeill, S. J., Powell, T., & Witt, L. (2012). " Which Technology Should I Use To Teach Online?": Online Technology and Communication Course Instruction. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 8(4), 334-347. The International Conference on Residency Education | La conférence internationale sur la formation des résidents 32 Session/Presentation Name | Presenter Name
  33. 33. • Visit the evaluation area in Pre-function Hall B, near Registration; or • Go to: http://www.royalcollege.ca/ icreevaluations to complete the session evaluation. • Visitez la zone d’évaluation, au vestibule de la salle B, près du kiosque d’inscription; ou • Visitez le http://www.collegeroyal .ca/evaluationscifr afin de remplir une évaluation de la séance. Help us improve. Your input matters. Aidons-nous à nous améliorer. Votre opinion compte.

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