Impact of Blended Learning on Faculty and Students

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Impact of Blended Learning on Faculty and Students

  1. 1. how blended learning impacts faculty and students compared to face-to-face or online instruction only definition impact on faculty impact on students
  2. 2. definition What is blended learning? The thoughtful fusion of online and face-toface learning. At Mohawk it incorporates a strategic reduction in face-to-face time and the goal is to enhance student learning. impact on faculty impact on students
  3. 3. definition impact on faculty Faculty moving from F2F to Blended Faculty moving from Online to Blended impact on students
  4. 4. definition impact on faculty fff Impact on faculty  Professional Development – Redesign of Course Rethink HOW to deliver content - focus on HOW instead of only WHAT (e.g. Tony Bates)  Workflow – work is done upfront -Marco Felvus: “the biggest challenge with blended learning is finding the time to prepare it, as the development involves a very detailed analysis of the learning objectives, what is best done in the face-to-face classroom, and how to both educate and entertain online to ensure student motivation and attention.” impact on students
  5. 5. definition impact on faculty fff Impact on faculty New emphasis on technical support Opportunity to enhance with new content (e.g. remote guests) Flexibility (never have to miss a class again) Opportunity for deeper connection to materials, students Awareness of educational technologies Time savers (quizzes, lecture capture) impact on students
  6. 6. definition impact on faculty impact on students fff Impact on students Students new to online learning Students who prefer online learning
  7. 7. definition impact on faculty impact on students fff Impact on students Possibility for overloading Discomfort (for students without tech skills) Development: Opportunities to learn the following workplace skills:  Communication /Social Skills Self-discipline Time management skills Technical Skills
  8. 8. definition impact on faculty impact on students fff Impact on students Opportunity for deeper connection to the content in multiple modalities More support options available/best of both worlds Flexibility – learn anywhere, anytime
  9. 9. definition impact on faculty impact on students fff Conclusion -Impacts both positive and negative -Workload -Extra time -Professional development -Skills development (students) -Refresh course -Flexibility -Meet multiple learning styles
  10. 10. fff definition impact on faculty Thank you! impact on students
  11. 11. definition impact on faculty impact on students fff Resources Consulted Blended Learning for Students in Health Sciences and Human Services at Mohawk College http://www.contactnorth.ca/pockets-innovation/blended-learning-students-health-sciences-andhuman-services-mohawk-college Blended Learning Research Bulletin (EDUCAUSE): http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erb0407.pdf Discussing design models for hybrid/blended learning and the impact on the campus http://www.tonybates.ca/2013/05/08/discussing-design-models-for-hybridblended-learning-and-theimpact-on-the-campus/ Transitioning to Blended Learning: Understanding Student and Faculty Perceptions http://sloanconsortium.org/jaln/v15n1/transitioning-blended-learning-understanding-student-andfaculty-perceptions The Case for Blended Instruction: Is It a Proven Better Way to Teach? http://www.eric.ed.gov/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED543176

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