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  • Outline: Moodle in support of experiential learning. Focus on the application of what Gustavo talked about.Trying to answer the question of pedagogy of Moodle. Issues of connectivity.??
  • Blended Learning in Higher Education: Framework, Principles, and GuidelinesA blended learning approach combines face to face classroom methods with computer-mediated activities to form an integrated instructional approach. In the past, digital materials have served in a supplementary role, helping to support face to face instruction.
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  • Blended learning in support of Experiential learning
  • Study abroad classroom: Classroom, Family
  • Study abroad classroom: Classroom, Family
  • Students create content by posting reflections and sharing other documents, links, etc.
  • Bringing back to model
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    1. 1. and Online Technologies inSupport of experiential learning Mokhtar Bouba & Gustavo Negreiros
    2. 2. BLENDED LEARNING AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING • Blended Learning in Higher education • How does technology support the study abroad experiential learning model? • CMS: Moodle in support of the experience • Moodle and web 2.0: sharing the field study experience.
    3. 3. WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING ? “A blended learning approach combines face to face classroom methods with computer-mediated activities to form an integrated instructional approach. In the past, digital materials have served in a supplementary role, helping to support face to face instruction.” psu.edu
    4. 4. WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING ? “Blended learning preserves the necessary consideration of how people learn, offers options for learning, improves learner retention, increases completion rates for learning programmes, and has been shown to produce measurable savings in learning offerings.” Amy Finn, trainingreference.co.uk
    5. 5. WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING ?
    6. 6. BLENDED LEARNING• Emergence of blended learning approaches in higher Ed have been a direct result of resent advances in technology.• ITC has not created BL but increased its growth.• In 2002, the president of Pennsylvania State University expressed his belief that blended learning was “the single greatest unrecognized trend in higher education” (Young, 2002, p. A33).• The American Society for Training and Development also identified blended learning as one of the top 10 emergent trends in the knowledge delivery industry (Finn, 2002).
    7. 7. BLENDED LEARNINGE-learning F2F blended learning (Online & f2f)
    8. 8. BLENDED LEARNING Family Stay Excursions Field trips F2F Site visitsE-LEARNING FSS/ ISP BLENDED LEARNING (ONLINE & FACE TO FACE) Classroom (THS/LANG)
    9. 9. BLENDED LEARNING / MOODLE Family Stay Excursions Field trips F2F Site visitsE-LEARNING FSS/ ISP BLENDED LEARNING (ONLINE & FACE TO FACE) Classroom (THS/LANG)
    10. 10. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING• Traditional Experiential Learning cycle.• Cross cultural training and the focus on processes.• SHARING : A new way of processing.
    11. 11. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING• New ways of exploring and analysis: online search and instant communications (web and social media)• Survival of the Model will depend on inclusion…
    12. 12. BLENDED LEARNING/ MOODLE RESOURCES: • DOCS • PDFs • AUDIO • VIDEO • PPTs • WEB PAGES • IMAGES • LINKS • ETC … ACTIVITIES: • FORUM DISCUSSIONS • CHATS • SOCIAL MEDIA INTERATIONBLENDED LEARNING • SHARING DOCS (ONLINE & F2F) • ASSIGNMENTS • COLLABORATIONS • ETC …
    13. 13. ACTIVITIES RESOURCES:THEMATIC • PAPERS • LIBRARYSEMINAR • REFLECTION RESOURCES • GROUP • DATABASES DOSCUSSION • JOURNALS • FSS FSS • LIBGUIDES • HOMESTAY …. … ( TEACHER / AD) ( STUDENT ) STUDENTS CREATE CONTENT
    14. 14. FORUM MODULE IN MOODLE• The forum module in Moodle is an activity where participants can interact with teachers and peers.• They can post ideas, field notes, discuss processes, reflections, etc… and get feedback from teachers and peers.• EXAMPLES OF MOODLE FORUM DISCUSSIONS
    15. 15. FORUM MODULE IN MOODLE
    16. 16. FORUM MODULE TEACHERS CREATE STUDENTS IN MOODLE FORUMS RESPOND STUDENTS STUDENTS POST COMMENT ON ATTCH. LINS ETC POSTS
    17. 17. CONCLUSION LANGUAGE FIELD WORK SEMINAR HOMESTAY ISP TIMEISP PRESENTAIONS REFLECTIONS PROSSESSING FSS & RESEARCH FORUM MODULE IN MOODLE ISP PROCESS
    18. 18. CONCLUSION LANGUAGE FIELD WORK SEMINAR HOMESTAY ISP TIMEISP PRESENTAIONS REFLECTIONS PROSSESSING FSS & RESEARCH FORUM MODULE IN MOODLE ISP PROCESS
    19. 19. ?? ? QUESTIONS

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