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  1. Instructional Delivery Methods & Tools JHU/SOE Center for Technology in Education Chadia Abras PhD

  2. Overview

  3. Course Delivery Method

  4. Blended & Augmented Learning • Definition accepted today (Sloan-C Blended Learning Workshop) A Blended Course is the integration of online with face-to-face instruction in a planned, pedagogically valuable manner; and not just a combination (addition) of online with face-to-face but a trade-off (replacement) of face-to-face time with online activity (or vice versa).

  5. Why Blend? • To assist students • Access • Improve learning • Information fluency • To support faculty • Training and development • Supplement and improve teaching with technology • To maximize facilities • Recapture classroom space

  6. Online Learning • Definition accepted today (Simonson et. Al. 2006, Schlosser & Simonson, 2002): • Institution–based formal education • learning group is separated • Time • Space • Where interactive telecommunications are used to connect learners, resources, and instructors

  7. Concepts of the Definition • Institution-based ≠ self-study • Separation: time, place, & intellectual • Interactive telecommunications: • synchronous or asynchronous • connecting • resources • learners • instructors • If any of the above concepts are missing, then the event is something different than Distance Education

  8. Best Practices • Taken from • USDLA • WCET • Sloan-C • Own research • Framework • Collaborative • Constructivist • Learner-Centered • Iterative

  9. Face-To-Face

  10. Online

  11. Millennial Generation Who is your audience? • Generation born 1980-2001 • Raised using technology • Gaming as part of daily life • Learn in bits and bytes • Shift in learning needs and modes • Shift in teaching styles

  12. Multiple Instructional Strategies • Learning Contracts: online conferencing. • Lecture: Video casting tools • Discussion: Voice Boards • Mentorship: Voice Boards, Voice Emails • Small Group Work: synchronous meetings • Collaborative Learning: online conferencing • Case Study: conferencing groups

  13. Delivery Systems • Learning Management Systems (LMS) • Content Management Systems (CMS) • Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS)

  14. Learning Management Systems

  15. Content Management Systems

  16. Learning Content Management Systems

  17. Mobile Technology