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TRACKING THE BLENDED
LEARNING TREND
Jason Neiffer
NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher-in-Residence
Assistant Director/Curriculum Direc...
These slides:
http://blog.ncce.org
Image: Catherine Snodgrass
Why blended learning?
What is blended learning?
Face-to-
Face
Online
Learning
Blended
Learning
Blended learning is a formal learning environment…
ONE
at least in part
through online
learning, with
some element of
student control
over time, place,
path, and/or
pace
TWO...
Examples of blended learning
Image: Architectural Record
Blended Learning Models
Image: Christensen Institute
At school:
Teacher assists
students with
homework or
practice
problems
At home:
Students
consume media
or packaged
lessons...
Digital
Lesson
1
Digital
Lesson
2
Digital
Lesson
3
Digital
Lesson
4
Digital
Lesson
5
Small Group
Instruction
Lesson 1
Work with
Peer Tutor
Lesson 2
Work with
Teacher in
Lecture
Format
Lesson 3
Online
Learnin...
Small Group
Instruction
Lesson 1
Work with
Peer Tutor
Lesson 2
Work with
Teacher in
Lecture
Format
Lesson 3
Online
Learnin...
Small Group
Instruction
Lesson 1
Work with
Peer Tutor
Lesson 2
Work with
Teacher in
Lecture
Format
Lesson 3
Online
Learnin...
•Lesson 1: Small Group
•Lesson 2: Online Learning Object
•Lesson 3: Independent Study
Student One
•Skip Lesson 1-3
•Lesson...
Monday
Face-to-Face
Whole
Group
Lecture
Individual
Practice
Time
Tuesday
Face-to-Face
Whole
Group
Discussion
Small Group
W...
Unified Assumptions
Individualized
Instruction
Extension of
Classroom into the
Virtual
Teacher Directing the
Learning Process
Use of Data for
...
Getting Started
THANK YOU!
Jason Neiffer
NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher-in-Residence
Assistant Director/Curriculum Director @ Montana Digital Aca...
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!
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Tracking the Blended Learning Trend for NCCE 2015!

  1. 1. TRACKING THE BLENDED LEARNING TREND Jason Neiffer NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher-in-Residence Assistant Director/Curriculum Director @ Montana Digital Academy Doctoral Candidate @ University of Montana @techsavvyteach
  2. 2. These slides: http://blog.ncce.org
  3. 3. Image: Catherine Snodgrass
  4. 4. Why blended learning?
  5. 5. What is blended learning?
  6. 6. Face-to- Face Online Learning Blended Learning
  7. 7. Blended learning is a formal learning environment…
  8. 8. ONE at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace TWO at least in part in a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home THREE the modalities along each student’s learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience Christensen Institute
  9. 9. Examples of blended learning
  10. 10. Image: Architectural Record
  11. 11. Blended Learning Models
  12. 12. Image: Christensen Institute
  13. 13. At school: Teacher assists students with homework or practice problems At home: Students consume media or packaged lessons to prepare for homework
  14. 14. Digital Lesson 1 Digital Lesson 2 Digital Lesson 3 Digital Lesson 4 Digital Lesson 5
  15. 15. Small Group Instruction Lesson 1 Work with Peer Tutor Lesson 2 Work with Teacher in Lecture Format Lesson 3 Online Learning Object Lesson 4 Independent Practice and Drill Lesson 5
  16. 16. Small Group Instruction Lesson 1 Work with Peer Tutor Lesson 2 Work with Teacher in Lecture Format Lesson 3 Online Learning Object Lesson 4 Independent Practice and Drill Lesson 5
  17. 17. Small Group Instruction Lesson 1 Work with Peer Tutor Lesson 2 Work with Teacher in Lecture Format Lesson 3 Online Learning Object Lesson 4 Independent Practice and Drill Lesson 5
  18. 18. •Lesson 1: Small Group •Lesson 2: Online Learning Object •Lesson 3: Independent Study Student One •Skip Lesson 1-3 •Lesson 4: Online Learning Object •Lesson 5: One-on-One Instruction with Teacher Student Two •Pre Lesson 1 Work on Fundamentals •Lesson 1: One-on-One Instruction with TeacherStudent Three •Lesson 1: One-on-One Instruction with Teacher •Lesson 2: Online Learning Object •Lesson 3: Small Group Student Four
  19. 19. Monday Face-to-Face Whole Group Lecture Individual Practice Time Tuesday Face-to-Face Whole Group Discussion Small Group Work Wednesday Face-to- Face Lab Thursday Online Individual Assignments Individual Research Component Friday Face-to-Face Discussion Forum Assessment
  20. 20. Unified Assumptions
  21. 21. Individualized Instruction Extension of Classroom into the Virtual Teacher Directing the Learning Process Use of Data for Instructional Decisions Student
  22. 22. Getting Started
  23. 23. THANK YOU! Jason Neiffer NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher-in-Residence Assistant Director/Curriculum Director @ Montana Digital Academy Doctoral Candidate @ University of Montana @techsavvyteach http://blog.ncce.org

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