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Blended Learning: a 6 Step Model for Mainstreaming. Dr Barbara Newland Adam Bailey Marion Curdy University of Brighton. 6 Steps. Identify the learning objectives Look at the curriculum to decide what is best face-to-face (F2F) and what is best as eLearning

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blended learning a 6 step model for mainstreaming

Blended Learning: a 6 Step Model for Mainstreaming

Dr Barbara NewlandAdam Bailey

Marion Curdy

University of Brighton

6 steps
6 Steps
  • Identify the learning objectives
  • Look at the curriculum to decide what is best face-to-face (F2F) and what is best as eLearning
  • Consider the integration and relationship between the F2F and eLearning
  • Develop the most appropriate eLearning activitiesto achieve the learning objectives
  • Decide how will you assess these activities
  • Choose the most appropriate technology
digital challenge
Digital Challenge
  • 7 tasks
  • 1 blog
  • Many challenges
successes mathematics
Successes - Mathematics
  • Aim
    • To improve mathematical understanding of students studying Science degrees
  • Methods
    • GeoGebra – geometry tool
    • Maple – formative tests
  • Results
    • GeoGebra – initially students wanted to be told the rules they needed rather than understand the concepts
    • Maple – students responded well
successes business
Successes - Business
  • Aim
    • To enhance understanding through peer learning
  • Methods
    • Blogs
    • Academic posted current, controversial topics
  • Results
    • High level and standard of engagement
conclusion
Conclusion
  • 6 step model helps to mainstream BL
  • Some academics expect BL to provide a magic solution to teaching
references contact details
References/Contact Details
  • Dr Barbara Newland

b.a.newland@brighton.ac.uk

www.slideshare.net/barbaranewland

  • Garrison D.R., Vaughan N.D., 2008, Blended Learning in Higher Education: Framework, Principles and Guidelines, John Wiley and Sons
  • Littlejohn A., Pegler C., 2007, Preparing for Blended E-Learning, Routledge,
  • Newland, B, Papaefthimiou, M, How Embedded is E-learning? Benchmarking E-learning in the UK HE Sector, Proceedings of ED-MEDIA World Conference of Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Vienna, 2008
  • Salmon, G., 2002, E-tivities: the Key to Online Learning, Kogan Page