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Definition and Rationale Blended/Hybrid Learning. Dan Cabrera. Objectives. By the end of this session, you will be able to: Define ‘Blended/Hybrid’ Learning List at least three rationales for adopting Blended/hybrid learning in a higher education setting. F2F. Blended Learning.

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Definition and RationaleBlended/Hybrid Learning

Dan Cabrera


Objectives

Objectives

  • By the end of this session, you will be able to:

    • Define ‘Blended/Hybrid’ Learning

    • List at least three rationales for adopting Blended/hybrid learning in a higher education setting


Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

F2F

Blended Learning

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Face-to-Face, Blended and Fully Online Continuum

Example of how technology has promoted blended learning

Janet Giesen, 2008


Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Blended

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Definition

Definition

  • Represent a combination of F2F and online learning activities where the online activities replace actual “seat-time” in the classroom. It is the blend that makes each course unique, thus, blended courses can take on different attributes.

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Definition1

Definition

  • Blended Learning:

    • the thoughtful fusion of face-to-face and online learning experiences. That basic principle is that face-to-face oral communication and online written communication are optimally integrated such that the strengths of each are blended into a unique learning experience congruent with the context and intended educational purpose.

Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008)


The key assumptions of a blended learning design are

The key assumptions of a blended learning design are:

  • Thoughtful integration of face-to-face and online learning

  • Fundamentally rethinking the course design to optimize student engagement

  • Restructuring and replacing traditional class contact hours

REPORT ON THE

REVIEW OF ONLINE AND BLENDED

LEARNING, 2009


University working definition of online courses for procedural purposes

UNIVERSITY Working Definition of Online Courses for Procedural Purposes

  • A credit online course has at least 80 percent of its instructional activities conducted through the Internet, and satisfies the guidelines for online courses in the Academic Policies and Procedures Manual (Section III. 21-22).

Northern Illinois University (2003)


Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Blended Areas

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Blended Learning and Knowledge Solutions

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Collaborative Enquiry

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Carmen, 2002


Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

eLearningEuropa

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Carmen, 2002


Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008)


Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

  • Social Presence

    • Open Communication

    • Group Cohesion

    • Affective/Personal

Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008)

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

  • Cognitive Presence

    • Triggering event

    • Exploration

    • Integration

    • Resolution

Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008)

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

  • Teaching Presence

    • Design & Organization

    • Facilitation of Discourse

    • Direct Instruction

Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008)

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Definition and rationale blended hybrid learning

Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008)


Rationale for blended learning

Rationale for Blended Learning

  • Students taking more responsibility


Rationale for blended learning1

Rationale for Blended Learning

  • New teaching opportunities

  • Student engagement

Learning Technology Center, Hybrid Courses, 2009


Rationale for blended learning2

Rationale for Blended Learning

  • Increased student learning

  • New pedagogical approaches

Learning Technology Center, Hybrid Courses, 2009


Rationale for blended learning3

Rationale for Blended Learning

  • Documenting the process as well as the product of learning

Learning Technology Center, Hybrid Courses, 2009


Niu bgs degree faq why are blended online courses better

NIU - BGS Degree - FAQWhy are blended online courses better?

  • National research shows that online students complete their courses at a higher rate and earn better grades in a blended format.

  • NIU’s experience confirms that face-to-face class meetings build strong and lasting online learning communities.

  • Many courses use face-to-face meeting dates for student presentations or field trips to museums and live performances.


Niu bgs degree faq why are blended online courses better1

NIU - BGS Degree - FAQWhy are blended online courses better?

  • Courses prepare professionals for today’s workplace, which calls for combining efficient meetings with effective electronic communication.

  • The liberal arts tradition values individual and interpersonal learning.

  • The BGS online degree emphasizes both styles of learning.

http://www.niuonline.niu.edu/orientation.html


Critical choices

Critical Choices

  • Critical Choices is a comprehensive online program that will provide participants with essential workplace skills. The Critical Choices Project uses a “blended” learning model that combines the advantages of any-time-anywhere access afforded by an online course with face-to-face counseling. Research indicates this blended model is essential to ensuring high completion rates.

http://www.criticalchoices.org/demo/pdfs/PressRelease.pdf


Threats to the program

Threats to the Program

  • Competition from other schools who have more diverse programming opportunities and resources for students (e.g., on line courses, blended programs)

College Strategic Planning Process

SWOT ANALYSIS SUMMMARY

Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education


Challenges to blended learning

Challenges to Blended Learning

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Challenges to blended learning1

Challenges to Blended Learning

  • Rethinking Course Design

  • Adopting a New Approach to Teaching

Learning Technology Center, Hybrid Courses, 2009


Challenges to blended learning2

Challenges to Blended Learning

  • Managing the Dual Learning Environment

  • Preparing Students

Learning Technology Center, Hybrid Courses, 2009


Comments

Comments


Promoting active learning through blended courses

Promoting Active Learning Through Blended Courses

  • A blended/hybrid course is one which uses a blend of face-to-face as well as online teaching and learning activities. Successful teaching of blended courses requires rethinking and redesigning face-to-face courses, creating new learning activities, and integrating online and face-to-face components effectively.

Workshop Description, 2008


Principles of effective online course design

Principles of Effective Online Course Design

  • Whether teaching 100% online, using a blended approach and Blackboard for virtual discussions, or using some format in between, knowing how to effectively design courses for online learning is central to sound pedagogy.

Principles of Effective Online Course Design

Description, 2008


Pols 414 law politics baseball

POLS 414 Law, Politics & Baseball

  • This blended environment is an attempt to take advantage of the learning flexibility, convenience, and geographical freedom that an on-line course offers while reserving high-energy, interactive, face-to-face time where most appropriate.

POLS 414 Law, Politics & Baseball

http://www.niu.edu/polisci/courses/Syllabus%20Summer%202009.htm


Faculty development uwm

Faculty Development, UWM

  • To help faculty make the transition to hybrid or blended teaching, institutions are creating faculty development programs to guide faculty as they redesign their courses and get ready to teach courses that are partially online and partially face-to-face.

Faculty Development, UWM

http://www4.uwm.edu/ltc/hybrid/faculty_development/


References

References

  • Carmen, J.M., (2002). Blended Learning Design: Five Key Ingredients, http://www.agilantlearning.com/pdf/Blended%20Learning%20Design.pdf

  • College Strategic Planning Process SWOT ANALYSIS SUMMMARY Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education, http://www.cedu.niu.edu/aboutus/strategicPlanning/docs/knpeSWOT_Jan08.pdf

  • Garrison, R.R., & Vaughan, N.D. (2008). Blended Learning in Higher Education: Framework Principles, and Guidelines. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass

  • Learning Technology Center, Hybrid Courses, 2009

  • Northern Illinois University (2003). Working definition of online courses for procedural purposes. Provost’s memo dated July 28, 2003 to deans, chairs, and directors.

  • Report on the Review of Online and Blended Learning, 2009


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