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Online and blended learning

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Presentation about online and blended learning including myths and misconceptions

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Online and blended learning

  1. 1. Blended learning by Joitske Hulsebosch @joitske
  2. 2. Meet Joitske Hulsebosch @joitske
  3. 3. Outline presentation 1. What is Blended learning? 2. Myths and misconceptions 3. Why blend? The added value of blending 4. The Juke-Box
  4. 4. 1. What is Blended learning?
  5. 5. Definition blended learning Learning program (formal or non-formal) that combines online digital media with traditional classroom methods (source wikipedia)
  6. 6. MORE than blended learning Design the optimal learning solution using the right learning strategy, channel, social context and communication (source: Clive Shepherd)
  7. 7. 2. Myths and misconceptions
  8. 8. Which of the following statements is true? Online is optimized for self-paced learning Young people find it easier to learn online Online is good for knowledge, offline for skills We need face-to-face for emotional connection It is hard to engage people online
  9. 9. Online is optimized for self-paced learning
  10. 10. Young people find it easier to learn online
  11. 11. Online is good for knowledge, offline for skills and attitude
  12. 12. We need face-to-face for emotional connection
  13. 13. It is hard to engage people online
  14. 14. 3. Added value of blending
  15. 15. Example 1: Ministry and embassies learn about macro-economic development in Africa
  16. 16. Example 2: Trainers learn about learning technologies
  17. 17. Example 3. Teachers learn about attention, class structure and diversity
  18. 18. 4. The Juke-Box
  19. 19. JUKE-BOX by Clive Shepherd
  20. 20. Learn how to dance
  21. 21. Discussion with dance teacher Reviewing information about the course Background reading Group classes, mainly practical Interactive videos to watch independently Lots of practice at home Individual coaching Dancing for fun and competitively Sharing experiences with other dancers Example of Blending by social context … The skills journey Preparation Input Application Follow-up
  22. 22. CASE WORK 1. A one-day training for managers of a multinational 1. Importance of time and effectivity in Bangladesh 1. Masterclass intercultural communication 1. Training for local managers of Japanese companies 1. Improve loyalty to the company 1. Improving collaboration across the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  23. 23. 5. Tech & tools
  24. 24. Social network tools like NING
  25. 25. Social network groups like Google community, facebook groups
  26. 26. Webinar tools like Adobe Connect
  27. 27. Video and screencast
  28. 28. Brainstorm walls like Padlet
  29. 29. Wordcloud tools like answergarden
  30. 30. OR check out the top 200 tools for learning by Jane Hart
  31. 31. Wrap up Buzz in with your neighbour and discuss •Your main take away from this session •An activity you would like to blend •A step to take next week

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