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Blended Learning Classrooms: Pedagogies, Skills and Tools for Teaching

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Effective schools are now comprised of bricks (the face-to-face classroom) and clicks (the online classroom). How do you blend the two? How do you easily manage teaching, workflow and troubleshooting? How do students and teachers interact? Join leaders in the field to discuss emerging best practices. Presented at ISTE 2016.

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Blended Learning Classrooms: Pedagogies, Skills and Tools for Teaching

  1. 1. BLENDED LEARNING CLASSROOMS: PEDAGOGIES, SKILLS AND TOOLS FOR TEACHING Thomas 
 Arnett @ArnettTom Jon 
 Bergmann @jonbergmann Mike 
 Gwaltney @MikeGwatlney Aaron 
 Sams @chemicalsams Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer h"ps://todaysmeet.com/ISTEflipped Moderator Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher
  2. 2. Today’s Panel Vicki Davis
 In-Room Moderator
 @coolcatteacher Jerry Overmyer
 Backchannel Moderator
 @jerryovermyer Thomas 
 Arnett @ArnettTom Jon 
 Bergmann @jonbergmann Mike 
 Gwaltney @MikeGwatlney Aaron 
 Sams @chemicalsams Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer h"ps://todaysmeet.com/ISTEflipped
  3. 3. Meet our backchannel moderator Jerry
 Overmyer h"ps://todaysmeet.com/ISTEflipped
  4. 4. Part 1: What is the blended classroom? ✓ Flipping the classroom. Aaron Sams ✓ Current modes of flipping the classroom. 
 Dr. Thomas Arnett ✓ Blended Learning Challenges. Stephanie Sandifer ✓ Understanding Individual & Group Spaces. 
 Jon Bergman ✓ Schools that offer blended learning on different campuses. Mike Gwaltney Vicki Davis
 @coolcatteacheror Moderator
  5. 5. Flipping the Classroom 3 minutes Aaron Sams
 @chemicalsams
  6. 6. Aaron Sams
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  7. 7. Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating Aaron Sams
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  8. 8. Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating Aaron Sams
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  9. 9. Aaron Sams
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  10. 10. Aaron Sams
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  11. 11. Aaron Sams
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  12. 12. Current modes of blending the classroom 3 minutes Thomas Arnett
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  13. 13. Thomas Arnett
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  14. 14. Thomas Arnett
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  15. 15. Thomas Arnett
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  16. 16. Thomas Arnett
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  17. 17. Thomas Arnett
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  18. 18. Thomas Arnett
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  19. 19. Thomas Arnett
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  20. 20. Thomas Arnett
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  21. 21. Thomas Arnett
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  22. 22. What challenges do blending online and face-to-face present in schools today? 3 minutes Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer
  23. 23. Challenges for Blended Learning ✓ Tech for tech’s sake ✓ Buy-in and traditional mindset ✓ Redefining roles & relationships ✓ Redefining HOW vs. what to teach ✓ Interactivity vs. digitization ✓ Bringing it all together & being okay with variety (letting go of control) Stephanie Sandifer
 @ssandifer
  24. 24. Understanding 
 Individual Spaces and 
 Group Spaces 3 minutes Jon Bergmann @jonbergmann
  25. 25. Lets Compare @jonbergmann
  26. 26. @jonbergmann
  27. 27. @jonbergmann
  28. 28. Flipped Class Individual Space Group Space @jonbergmann
  29. 29. Traditional Class Group Space Individual Space @jonbergmann
  30. 30. • Active Practice • Moderated • Projects & Inquiry • Not Moderated • Relies on Parents • Higher Order Hard without expert •Active •At student pace •Semi-moderated • Content Delivery • At teacher pace • More Passive Learning Traditional Group Space Flipped Individual Space Flipped Group Space Traditional Individual Space @jonbergmann
  31. 31. Schools that offer blended classes for students at different campuses Mike Gwaltney @MikeGwaltney
  32. 32. Are We Ready for the Big Shifts? (cf. MacArthur Foundation, 21st. C. Learning) The Big Shifts ▪ Knowing………….…. Doing ▪ Teacher-centered…… Student-centered ▪ The Individual………. The Team ▪ Consumption of Info.…Construction of Meaning ▪ Schools………………..Networks (online peers & experts) Pat Bassett, NAIS Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  33. 33. “Our American Story” – Connecting students to foster deep, meaningful learning and create Community Through Understanding Mike Gwaltney, OES PK-12 Chair History & Social Sciences It’s Not About Technology Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  34. 34. Online Discussions benign disinhibition: shy or reticent students participate more freely online, and disclose more about themselves or their experiences than when face-to-face. Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  35. 35. By Redefining Connection we can make Eye Contact Online. Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  36. 36. Distance is a Positive Principle, Not a Deficit. Mike Gwaltney
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  37. 37. Mike Gwaltney
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  38. 38. Mike Gwaltney
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  39. 39. Mike Gwaltney
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  40. 40. Not yet Core classes Mike Gwaltney
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  41. 41. Part 2: 
 Classroom Structure ✓ Best Practice LMS. Aaron Sams ✓ Can you blend without an LMS? 
 Dr. Thomas Arnett ✓ OER Resources. Stephanie Sandifer ✓ 4 Ways to Make a Video. Jon Bergman ✓ It is Still About Relationship. Stephanie Sandifer ✓ Research Suggests. Mike Gwaltney Vicki Davis
 @coolcatteacheror Moderator
  42. 42. Best Practice: 
 The Learning Management System (LMS) 2 minutes Aaron Sams
 @chemicalsams
  43. 43. Aaron Sams
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  44. 44. Aaron Sams
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  45. 45. Aaron Sams
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  46. 46. Can you blend without an LMS? Thomas Arnett
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  47. 47. Open Education Resources
 (OER) 1 minute Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer
  48. 48. What is OER? • Educational materials, tools, media, and other content • Licensed for anyone to freely use, modify (remix), and distribute for free Stephanie Sandifer
 @ssandifer
  49. 49. What is OER? Stephanie Sandifer
 @ssandifer
  50. 50. Why use OER? • Budget-friendly - FREE • Flexible use, including remixing/adapting as needed • Flexible access • Contributes to professional learning -- Educators as Content Creators Stephanie Sandifer
 @ssandifer
  51. 51. 4 Ways to Create Video Jon Bergmann @jonbergmann
  52. 52. @jonbergmann
  53. 53. @jonbergmann
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  55. 55. @jonbergmann
  56. 56. @jonbergmann
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  58. 58. JonBergmann.com/tools @jonbergmann
  59. 59. It is Still About Relationship Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer
  60. 60. Stephanie Sandifer
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  61. 61. Stephanie Sandifer
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  62. 62. Research Suggests… Mike Gwaltney @MikeGwaltney
  63. 63. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/DigitalEducation/2015/04/blended_learning_research_the.html 1. BL is more effective than online or face-to-face alone (US DEPT ED,2010) 2. BL can optimize personalized learning experiences for students using the best of face-to-face and online resources but it must be focused on supporting and alignment to an intentional transformation of the classroom-level instructional designs. (iNACOL, 2015) 3. BL is effective at differentiating/personalizing;promotes self-directed learning; teacher and student satisfaction varies with preparation levels.(Dell Foundation, 2014) 4. Research varies, much more needed (NEPC 2014) 5. Small study found that BL significantly improved algebra scores for high school students, but the effect emerged in the second year of schools' implementation. (RAND,2013) 6. BL math students showed significantly higher mean mathematics scale scores compared to those not using BL. (MIND Research Institute,2014) 7. BL improved learning results at six expanded-time,blended learning schools across the country (National Center onTime and Learning,2013)
  64. 64. ‘ echo360 Survey on Blended Learning (2012) Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  65. 65. Mike Gwaltney
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  66. 66. Mike Gwaltney
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  67. 67. • In recent studies contrasting blends of online and face-to-face instruction with conventional face-to-face classes, blended instruction has been more effective. When used by itself, online learning appears to be as effective as conventional classroom instruction, but not more so. • US Dept. of Education, 2010 Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  68. 68. There is a need for blended learning that fosters interactive learning and builds a comprehensive online academic community. •Conclusions, echo360 Survey on Blended Learning (2012) Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  69. 69. College Preparatory • 93% of Higher Ed instructors and admin say they are using blended learning strategies somewhere in their institution. • 7 in 10 expect more than 40% of their schools courses to be blended by 2013 • Bonk, C. J. & Graham, C. R. (Eds.). Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  70. 70. Mike Gwaltney
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  71. 71. Part 3: Workflow Vicki Davis
 @coolcatteacheror Moderator
  72. 72. Mike’s Blended Learning Workflow Mike Gwaltney @MikeGwaltney
  73. 73. Gold-Standard Blended Learning l Student-Centered l Students are “doing” online, teachers are facilitating / coaching l Students make their own meaning by applying (transferring) what they learn to "authentic, meaningful, worthwhile tasks” online, creating content l Performance Tasks and Assessments are Authentic i.e. “real-world” l Communicate and Collaborate l Manage information l Think Critically and Problem-solve l Create own products with Authentic Audiences Mike Gwaltney
 @mikegwatney
  74. 74. Getting Started l Web Hosting l Google Sites, GoogleClassroom l Blogs l Edublogs, Wordpress, Blogger l Learning Managements Systems (LMS) l Edmodo, Blackboard, Moodle, Haiku, etc. l Social Networks l Twitter Mike Gwaltney
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  75. 75. Students consume content Mike Gwaltney
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  76. 76. Blogging Debate Mike Gwaltney
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  77. 77. Mike Gwaltney
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  78. 78. http://bubbl.us/ Graphic Organizers Mike Gwaltney
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  79. 79. Mike Gwaltney
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  80. 80. Wikis http://www.wikispaces.com Mike Gwaltney
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  81. 81. https://sites.google.com Wikis – Google Sites Mike Gwaltney
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  82. 82. VoiceThread http://voicethread.com/ Mike Gwaltney
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  83. 83. VoiceThread embedded Mike Gwaltney
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  84. 84. Mike Gwaltney
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  86. 86. Twitter Mike Gwaltney
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  87. 87. Workflow in the Blended Learning Classroom Thomas Arnett
 @ArnettTom
  88. 88. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Blended learning workflow at Summit Public Schools Thomas Arnett
 @ArnettTom
  89. 89. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools How to help students achieve lifelong success? Cognitive Skills Experiences Habits of Success Content Knowledge Source: Summit Public Schools Thomas Arnett
 @ArnettTom
  90. 90. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools Thomas Arnett
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  91. 91. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools Course Project Content Thomas Arnett
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  92. 92. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools Learning Resources Assessment Thomas Arnett
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  93. 93. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools Thomas Arnett
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  94. 94. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst A day in the life of a Summit student Sample schedule 7:30 Begin to arrive; work on personalized learning plan 8:25 Schools start with project time (math & science) 10:20 Break 10:35 Personalized Learning Time 11:35 PE or sustained reading time (using Curriculet) 12:35 Lunch & recess outside 1:20 Project time (English & history) 3:15 School ends; can stay & work on personalized learning plan Note: On Fridays, the student spends most of the day on her personalized learning plan & has a one-on-one check-in with her mentor. Thomas Arnett
 @ArnettTom
  95. 95. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools Thomas Arnett
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  96. 96. Clayton christensen institute@christenseninst Summit Public Schools Thomas Arnett
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  97. 97. Flipped Learning Workflow Aaron Sams
 @chemicalsams
  98. 98. Plan Monitor Engage Aaron Sams
 @chemical sams
  99. 99. Blended Learning Workflow Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer
  100. 100. Stephanie Sandifer
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  101. 101. Stephanie Sandifer
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  102. 102. Flipped Learning Workflow Jon Bergmann @jonbergmann
  103. 103. Flipping Feedback with Google & Screencastify bit.ly/flipwritingconf @jonbergmann
  104. 104. @jonbergmann
  105. 105. 2 min demo online bit.ly/flipwritingconf @jonbergmann
  106. 106. Part 4: Tackling the 
 challenges and opportunities Vicki Davis
 @coolcatteacheror Moderator
  107. 107. Today’s Panel Vicki Davis
 In-Room Moderator
 @coolcatteacher Jerry Overmyer
 Backchannel Moderator
 @jerryovermyer Thomas 
 Arnett @ArnettTom Jon 
 Bergmann @jonbergmann Mike 
 Gwaltney @MikeGwatlney Aaron 
 Sams @chemicalsams Stephanie
 Sandifer @ssandifer h"ps://todaysmeet.com/ISTEflipped

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