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Hill Feldstein OLC keynote 20151015

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Joint keynote by Phil Hill and Michael Feldstein of the e-Literate blog at the Online Learning Consortium Conference in October 2015. Titled "The Move To Student-Centered Active Learning Will Not Be Easy".

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Hill Feldstein OLC keynote 20151015

  1. 1. The Move To Student-Centered Active Learning Will Not Be Easy Presented at Online Learning Consortium Conference October 15, 2015 Presented by: Phil Hill and Michael Feldstein @PhilOnEdTech and @mfeldstein67 MindWires Consulting and e-Literate blog
  2. 2. SlideShare http://bit.ly/olcactive
  3. 3. “The asynchronous, individualized nature of online learning allows differentiation of course content. Students can control a course’s pace to fit their learning styles and abilities.” “Our research found that interactive course software that provides instantaneous feedback could be particularly effective in improving student performance in online courses. ” PPIC, Successful Online Courses in California’s Community Colleges
  4. 4. Personalized learning as active learning Part I
  5. 5. source: http://e-literate.tv/s3-e21/
  6. 6. Personalized learning as active learning Part Deux
  7. 7. source: http://e-literate.tv/s3-e31/
  8. 8. source: http://e-literate.tv/s3-e31/
  9. 9. Transitioning to active learning is hard Part I
  10. 10. Transitioning to active learning is hard Part B
  11. 11. We are in the midst of an inflection point in higher education driven by mainstream adoption, different platform designs, and moving beyond the digitization of traditional classroom
  12. 12. Phil Hill: phil@mindwires.com Michael Feldstein: michael@mindwires.com e-Literate TV Web Site: http://e-literate.tv/ e-Literate Blog: http://mfeldstein.com/

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