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Designing a Partially Online (Hybrid) Course: What goes where and when?. Patricia James August 28, 2013 For audio call Toll Free 1-888-886-3951 and use PIN/code 732986. What’s a Hybrid?. What do you think?. A hybrid class is: 90% online 80% online 51% online 1% online

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Designing a partially online hybrid course what goes where and when

Designing a Partially Online (Hybrid) Course: What goes where and when?

Patricia James

August 28, 2013

For audio call Toll Free 1-888-886-3951

and use PIN/code 732986


What s a hybrid
What’s a Hybrid? where and when?


What do you think
What do you think? where and when?

A hybrid class is:

  • 90% online

  • 80% online

  • 51% online

  • 1% online

  • All of the above


What do you think1
What do you think? where and when?

Hybrid classes have better success rates than face-to-face.

  • True

  • False


What do you think2
What do you think? where and when?

Online components of hybrid classes aren’t required to have interaction opportunities with the instructor.

  • True

  • False


What do you think3
What do you think? where and when?

Hybrid classes do not have to have the curriculum separately approved.

  • True

  • False


Definition of de

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Definition of DE

55200. Definition and Application.

Distance education means instruction in which the instructor and student are separated by distance and interact through the assistance of communication technology. All distance education is subject to the general requirements of this chapter as well as the specific requirements of this article. In addition, instruction provided as distance education is subject to the requirements that may be imposed by the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. §12100 et seq.) and section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, (29 U.S.C. §794d).


De requires quality measures
DE Requires Quality Measures. where and when?

55206. Separate Course Approval.

If any portion of the instruction in a proposed or existing course or course section is designed to be provided through distance education in lieu of face-to-face interaction between instructor and student, the course shall be separately reviewed and approved according to the district's adopted course approval procedures.

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 66700 and 70901, Education Code. Reference: Sections 70901 and 70902, Education Code.

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Hybrid vs flipped
Hybrid vs. Flipped where and when?


How much should be ftf
How much should be where and when?ftf?

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Start with global planning
Start with global planning where and when?

Course Title: Art Appreciation

Section I: Interpretation

Learning Unit 1: Roles of the artist and viewer (1 week)Learning Unit 2: Visual Literacy (1 week)Learning Unit 3: considering the value of art (1 week)Learning Unit 4:  Interpretation Assessment (1 week)

Section II: The Formal Elements of Art

Learning Unit 4: line and space (1 week)Learning Unit 5: light and color (1 week)Learning Unit 6: texture, pattern and motion (1 week)Learning Unit 7: elements of style (1 week)Formal Elements of Art Assessment (1 week)

Section III: Fine Arts Media…..


Start with global planning1

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Start with global planning

Learning Unit 2: Visual Literacy (1 week)

Unit Overview: In this unit you will acquire fundamental skills for understanding messages communicated through visual images. Your mastery of basic visual literacy vocabulary will facilitate your ability to think critically about the visual content that surrounds you on a daily basis.After the successful completion of this learning unit, you will be able to:

  • Understand the impact that images have on a society.

  • Critically analyze messages communicated visually through images in your everyday surroundings.

  • Evaluate the multiple meanings of an icon and identify how these meanings are socially constructed.

  • Distinguish "form" from "content" through a visual analysis of an image.


Bloom s taxonomy
Bloom’s Taxonomy where and when?

  • Understand

  • Analyze

  • Evaluate

  • Distinguish


How to design a hybrid class
How to design a Hybrid Class where and when?!

Step 1: Know what you are planning to teach and how you plan to teach it!

  • Outline

  • Objectives

  • Outcomes

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How to design a hybrid class1
How to design a Hybrid Class where and when?!

Step 1: Know what you are planning to teach and how you plan to teach it!

  • Outline

  • Objectives

  • Outcomes

    Step 2: Identify learning activities for each outcome in at least a couple of representative units.


How to design a hybrid class2
How to design a Hybrid Class where and when?!

Step 1: Know what you are planning to teach and how you plan to teach it!

  • Outline

  • Objectives

  • Outcomes

    Step 2: Identify learning activities for each outcome in at least a couple of representative units.

    Step 3: Consider the methodology needed for each kind of activity.


How to design a hybrid class3
How to design a Hybrid Class where and when?!

Consider these two very important things:


How to design a hybrid class4
How to design a Hybrid Class where and when?!

Consider these two very important things:

  • What do students need the most help with.


How to design a hybrid class5
How to design a Hybrid Class where and when?!

Consider these two very important things:

  • What do students need the most help with.

  • What can students do without you?

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How to design a hybrid class6
How to design a Hybrid Class! where and when?

It might look like this:

  • Understand the impact that images have on a society.

    • Lecture or video or both


How to design a hybrid class7
How to design a Hybrid Class! where and when?

It might look like this:

  • Critically analyze messages communicated visually through images in your everyday surroundings.

    • Take some photos with your phone of images and what they communicate create the assignment in a word file to post.


How to design a hybrid class8
How to design a Hybrid Class! where and when?

It might look like this:

  • Evaluate the multiple meanings of an icon and identify how these meanings are socially constructed.

    • Work in groups to evaluate a set of images and create a presentation and lead a class discussion and critique


How to design a hybrid class9
How to design a Hybrid Class! where and when?

It might look like this:

  • Distinguish "form" from "content" through a visual analysis of an image.

    • Test

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How to design a hybrid class10
How to design a Hybrid Class! where and when?

  • Understand the impact that images have on a society.

    • Lecture or video or both

  • Critically analyze messages communicated visually through images in your everyday surroundings.

    • Take some photos with your phone of images and what they communicate create the assignment in a word file to post.

  • Evaluate the multiple meanings of an icon and identify how these meanings are socially constructed.

    • Work in groups to evaluate a set of images and create a presentation and lead a class discussion and critique

  • Distinguish "form" from "content" through a visual analysis of an image.

    • Test


Considerations

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Considerations?

  • What activities can easily be done with your resources?

  • When do groups need to be face-to-face or when do they work better online? OR Both!

  • Do you need proctoring?

  • So you have field trips?

  • Other?


Decisions
Decisions where and when?!

  • FTF B. Online C. Both

    Lecture?

    Assignment?

    Presentation with Analysis?

    Test?


Decisions1

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Decisions!


Figure out the time
Figure out the time where and when?!

  • How much time do your students need for the face-to-face activities?

  • Schedule the class for the ftf time!

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Resources
Resources where and when?

  • Hybrid Handouthttps://my.msjc.edu/web/otc13/hybrid.pdf

  • Flipped Field Guide from Coursera: https://class.coursera.org/mooc/wiki/view?page=FlippedLectures

  • Flipped Classroom Framework: http://www.slideshare.net/derekbruff/flipped-classroom-25247239


Questions
Questions? where and when?

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Evaluation survey
Evaluation Survey where and when?

Help us improve our seminars by filling out a short online evaluation survey at:

  • https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WebinarHybrid

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