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04.txtbookto online.darrowschwirzke

  1. 1. Dr. Rob Darrow / Dr. Kelly Schwirzke June 2012 #Iste12 * San DiegoWorkshop Wiki:http://iste12.wikispaces.com
  2. 2. Online ProgramsComputer Assisted Teacher Lead Computer assessment and  Teacher places students computer placed  Teacher at end of every course Complete lesson (teacher in a  Students advance based on box) teacher assessment (some may be multiple choice) Multiple choice test (Pass,  Online interaction (e.g. discussion continue; Fail, repeat) boards, synchronous online Adult facilitated (credentialed lessons/office hours) or classified)  Teacher Facilitated – Education 2020 – K-12, Inc. – Compass Learning – Florida Virtual School – Apex Learning – Connections Academy
  3. 3. What was school like for you? Teaching ? Learning ?Curriculum ?
  4. 4. We are pretty clear Face-to-Face Teaching Online Teaching Students in classroom  Students online Teacher in classroom  Teacher online (minimal Interaction face-to-face, face-to-face interaction) mostly verbal, some  Interaction online video visual conferencing, email – Fixed schedule of classes more visual, less verbal to attend  Flexible schedule for work Prescribed curriculum completion based on standards / use  Prescribed curriculum of textbooks based on standards / text
  5. 5. Online Teaching Technology Enhanced TeachingTextbookEnhanced Web / OnlineTeaching Enhanced Teaching From Textbook to Online Teaching
  6. 6. Confusion about “blended learning?” Two definitions: – Blended learning should be viewed as a pedagogical approach that combines the effectiveness and socialization opportunities of the classroom with the technologically enhanced active learning possibilities of the online environment ,  Dziuban, Hartman and Moskal (2004) – Blended learning “combines face-to-face learning with computer mediated learning.” (Bonk and Graham, 2006. Handbook of blended learning: Global perspectives, local designs. http://www.publicationshare.com/).
  7. 7. Another definition– Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace and at least in part at a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home.  (Horn & Staker, 2012)
  8. 8. Why does this matter? The goal is student achievement, but…if we don’t know what “it” looks like: – We can’t count it – We can’t study it (researchers) – We don’t know if it’s making a difference – We can’t teach it to others
  9. 9. Online Teaching Technology Enhanced TeachingTextbookEnhanced Web / OnlineTeaching Enhanced Teaching From Textbook to Online Teaching
  10. 10. What does “it” look like? Where do you fit? Textbook enhanced teaching and learning Technology enhanced (not online) Web/online enhanced Blended Online
  11. 11. Teaching and Learning  What is the student doing and where is the student? What is the teacher doing and where is the teacher?  What and where is the content?
  12. 12. What does “it” look like? *Teacher vs. student control of teaching and learningMore teacher control  Textbook enhanced teaching and learning  Technology enhanced Shared (not online) control  Web/online enhanced  BlendedMore student control  Online
  13. 13. What does “it” look like?*Teacher-centric vs. Student-centricMore teacher centric  Textbook enhanced teaching and learning  Technology enhancedCombination (not online)  Web/online enhanced  BlendedMore student centric  Online
  14. 14. What does “it” look like? *Control of time and pace Set time structure  Textbook enhanced teaching and learning  Technology enhanced Some (not online)Flexibility  Web/online enhanced  BlendedFlexible  Online
  15. 15. What does “it” look like? Textbook enhanced teaching and learning Technology enhanced (not online) Web/online enhanced Blended Online
  16. 16. Textbook EnhancedTeacher Student Curriculum
  17. 17. Textbook EnhancedWhat is the student doing? What is the teacher doing?•Sitting in a desk in a classroom •Standing in front of the•Writing on paper classroom•Listening to teacher •Directing Learning•Talking with peers •Group discussionsWhat is the content? Where is the content?•Textbooks •On paper•Supplemental materials •In the classroom•Teacher created materials •In a school library
  18. 18. Technology EnhancedTeacher Student Curriculum
  19. 19. Technology EnhancedWhat is the student doing? What is the teacher doing?•Sitting in a desk in a classroom •Standing in front of the classroom•Writing on paper •Directing Learning•Listening to teacher •Group discussions•Talking with peers•Using a shared or personalcomputerWhat is the content? Where is the content?•Textbooks •On paper•Supplemental materials •In the classroom•Teacher created materials •In a school library•Computer (Word, Ppt, etc.) •On a computer/digital white•Computer Program (loaded or board / doc camera, etc.CD-Rom)
  20. 20. Web/Online EnhancedTeacher Student Curriculum
  21. 21. Web/Online EnhancedWhat is the student doing? What is the teacher doing?•Sitting in a desk in a classroom •Standing in front of the classroom•Writing on paper •Directing Learning•Listening to teacher •Group discussions•Talking with peers •Assignments/activities online•Using a shared or personalcomputerWhat is the content? Where is the content?•Textbooks •On paper•Supplemental materials •In the classroom•Teacher created materials •In a school library•Computer (Word, Ppt, etc.) •On a computer/digital white•Computer Program (loaded or board / doc camera, etc.CD-Rom) •Some Online•Web•Computer led (e.g. programmedmath or English. Plato, Ed 2020)
  22. 22. BlendedTeacher Student Curriculum
  23. 23. BlendedWhat is the student doing? What is the teacher doing?(30% work online) (30% interacting with students•Sitting in a desk in a classroom or online)computer lab •Standing in front of the classroom and•Using personal computer online at interacting onlinehome or other location •Directing Learning•Interacting with peers in person and •Meeting students in small groupsonline (f2f and online) •Developing/assigning online lessons •Grading onlineWhat is the content? Where is the content?•Textbooks •On paper•Supplemental materials •In the classroom•Teacher created materials •In a school library•Computer (Word, Ppt, etc.) •On a computer/digital white board /•Computer Program (loaded or CD- doc camera, etc.Rom) •Online (computer led or teacher led•Web content)•Computer led (e.g. programmedmath or English)
  24. 24. OnlineTeacher Student Curriculum
  25. 25. Online
  26. 26. iNacol – Updated Quality Online Teaching Standards – Blended Learning Continuum **Students** Less Online More Online Mostly Online Instruction Instruction Instruction
  27. 27. iNacol – Updated Quality Online Teaching Standards – Blended Learning Continuum **Curriculum** Less Online More Online Mostly Online Instruction Instruction Instruction
  28. 28. iNacol – Updated Quality Online Teaching Standards – Blended Learning Continuum **Instructional Support** Less Online More Online Mostly Online Instruction Instruction InstructioniNacol Standards for Quality Online Courses (2011).http://www.inacol.org/research/nationalstandards/
  29. 29. A Quiz! – Practice Where on the continuum? Students are told to take out their math books and turn to p. 45 to learn about adding fractions.
  30. 30. Quiz 1 Where on the continuum? Students must create a short video to demonstrate their learning about the Pythagorean Theorem in their Algebra course. Students put together the key points, add in their voice and background music and then upload the video to YouTube. The web address is posted in the assignment area for the teacher to grade.
  31. 31. Quiz 2 Where on the continuum? Students are directed by the teacher to go to the National Geographic website to complete the activity there about the different continents of the world. Students turn in the assignment digitally through the online classroom drop box.
  32. 32. Quiz 3 Where on the continuum? Students are working together on a wiki to identify the key concepts needed to know about when taking the Advanced Placement U.S. History exam. The students decide which students will focus on different topics and then set a time when they can meet online to review each part of the wiki.
  33. 33. Quiz 4 Where on the continuum? Students are presenting about what they learned about the Battle of Gettysburg in the Civil War. They have created a PowerPoint and are advancing the slides on the digital white board in the front of the classroom. In addition, each student listening has a “clicker” to answer questions about the presentation while the students are presenting.
  34. 34. Contact Information Rob Darrow, Ed.D. Kelly Schwirzke, Ed.D.Director of Member Services Instructor, Oasis Independent Study / Coordinator of Online LearningiNacol Alternative Education Programs559-838-6151 Santa Cruz County Office ofrdarrow@inacol.org Educationwww.inacol.org P 831-466-5655Rob’s Wiki: C 831-359-1778http://robdarrow.wikispaces.com kschwirzke@santacruz.k12.ca.us http://iste12.wikispaces.com

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