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CUE/iNacol e-Learning SIG Meeting Online Learning Definitions (continued). eL SIG Meeting Conversation. Dec. 5, 2011. Chairs: Rob Darrow and Chris Bell. Report from iNacol. Announcements from iNacol Updated: December 4, 2011 DECEMBER

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el sig meeting conversation dec 5 2011

CUE/iNacol e-Learning SIG Meeting Online Learning Definitions (continued)

eL SIG Meeting Conversation.

Dec. 5, 2011

Chairs: Rob Darrow and Chris Bell

report from inacol
Report from iNacol

Announcements from iNacol

Updated: December 4, 2011

DECEMBER

From VSS11:  Evaluation: 
Please to complete the evaluation emailed to you.

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VSS 2012: October 21-24, 2012 in New Orleans.

report from inacol cont d
Report from iNacol (cont’d)

Recent Reports: 

Fordham Reports

http://www.edexcellence.net/publications-issues/publications/creating-sound-policy-for-digital-learning.html

Sloan-C – (college online learning) - http://sloanconsortium.org/publications/survey/going_distance_2011

Keeping Pace (K-12 online learning) – http://kpk12.com/reports/

iNacol Webinars -

Ongoing Webinars – Informational and then Teacher Talk – Next One :  December 14 - Keeping Pace with K-12 Online Learning

http://www.inacol.org/events/

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Report from iNacol (cont’d)

Gates Foundation Next Generation Learning Challenge Wave 3 Grant (cosponsored by iNacol): http://www.nextgenlearning.org

And, just for fun on Twitter, search the hashtag #pencilchat  - http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23pencilchat

last time

Last Time

Looked at and agreed on definitions:

Asynchronous learning

Synchronous learning

Supplemental program

Full time program

And, then “Blended Learning”

online learning program

Ca Dept of Ed

    • Teacher-led education that takes place over the Internet, with the teacher and student separated geographically
    • Online education can be fully online (either synchronous or asynchronous) or blended (online instruction combined with classroom-based instruction).

Online Learning Program

iNacol

An online learning program is an organized offering of courses delivered primarily over the Internet.

blended learning

CA Dept of Ed

    • a combination of online delivery and supervised face-to-face sessions at a physical location away from home. In blended learning, students have some control over the time, place, path, and/or pace of the online portion of their education

Blended Learning

iNacol

any time a student learns at least in part at a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home and at least in part through online delivery with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace

Synonym: Hybrid Learning.

but it is more than

But, it is more than

Simply where the student is, it is about:

Where the student is and what the student is doing

Where the teacher is and what the teacher is doing

Where the contentis and what the contentis

So, consider the above and consider:

Textbook enhanced teaching and learning

Technology enhanced teaching and learning

Web/online enhanced teaching and learning

Blended teaching and learning

Online teaching and learning

textbook enhanced

What is the student doing?

    • Sitting in a desk in a classroom
    • Writing on paper
    • Listening to teacher
    • Talking with peers
  • What is the teacher doing?
    • Standing in front of the classroom
    • Directing Learning
    • Group discussions

Textbook Enhanced

  • What is the content?
    • Textbooks
    • Supplemental materials
    • Teacher created materials
  • Where is the content?
    • On paper
    • In the classroom
    • In a school library
technology enhanced

What is the student doing?

    • Sitting in a desk in a classroom
    • Writing on paper
    • Listening to teacher
    • Talking with peers
    • Using a shared or personal computer
  • What is the teacher doing?
    • Standing in front of the classroom
    • Directing Learning
    • Group discussions

Technology Enhanced

  • What is the content?
    • Textbooks
    • Supplemental materials
    • Teacher created materials
    • Computer (Word, Ppt, etc.)
    • Computer Program (loaded or CD-Rom)
  • Where is the content?
    • On paper
    • In the classroom
    • In a school library
    • On a computer/digital white board / doc camera, etc.
web online enhanced

What is the student doing?

    • Sitting in a desk in a classroom
    • Writing on paper
    • Listening to teacher
    • Talking with peers
    • Using a shared or personal computer
  • What is the teacher doing?
    • Standing in front of the classroom
    • Directing Learning
    • Group discussions
    • Assignments/activities online

Web/Online Enhanced

  • What is the content?
    • Textbooks
    • Supplemental materials
    • Teacher created materials
    • Computer (Word, Ppt, etc.)
    • Computer Program (loaded or CD-Rom)
    • Web
    • Computer led (e.g. programmed math or English)
  • Where is the content?
    • On paper
    • In the classroom
    • In a school library
    • On a computer/digital white board / doc camera, etc.
    • Online
blended

What is the student doing? (30% work online)

    • Sitting in a desk in a classroom or computer lab
    • Using personal computer online at home or other location
    • Interacting with peers in person and online
  • What is the teacher doing? (30% interacting with students online)
    • Standing in front of the classroom
    • Directing Learning
    • Meeting students in small groups (f2f and online)
    • Developing/assigning online lessons
    • Grading online

Blended

  • What is the content?
    • Textbooks
    • Supplemental materials
    • Teacher created materials
    • Computer (Word, PPT, etc.)
    • Computer Program (loaded or CD-Rom)
    • Web
    • Computer led (e.g. programmed math or English)
  • Where is the content?
    • On paper
    • In the classroom
    • In a school library
    • On a computer/digital white board / doc camera, etc.
    • Online (computer led or teacher led content)
online

What is the teacher doing? (70% or more interacting with students online)

    • Standing in front of the classroom
    • Guiding Learning
    • Meeting students in small groups (online and maybe f2f)
    • Developing/assigning online lessons
    • Discussion Board
    • Online meetings/teaching (e.g. Elluminate)
    • Grading online
  • What is the student doing? (70% or more work online)
    • Sitting in a desk in a classroom or computer lab
    • Using personal computer online at home or school or other location
    • Interacting with teacher in person and/or online
    • Interacting with teacher in person and/or online

Online

  • What is the content?
    • Textbooks
    • Supplemental materials
    • Teacher created materials
    • Computer/Program (Word, Ppt, CD-Rom, etc.)
    • Web
    • Computer led (e.g. programmed math or English)
    • Teacher led
  • Where is the content?
    • On paper
    • On a computer/digital white board / doc camera, etc.
    • Online (computer led or teacher led content)
is this blended or online teaching and learning
Is this blended or online teaching and learning?
  • Teacher has a computer and uses it for email and doing attendance at school, but no other uses
  • Teacher posts assignments online and students turn in their work via an online dropbox (in a system like Moodle or Blackboard)
  • Students watch videos online from home that helps them complete a homework assignment
  • Teacher uses a digital white board and clickers for a lesson
  • Teacher has different student groups use the 6 computers in the back of the room each day on a math program that helps their math skills.  The math program individualizes so that each student is working on content at their level.
is this blended or online teaching and learning1
Is this blended or online teaching and learning?

?? And what are some other scenarios to clarify??

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Next Meeting

Tuesday, 

January 24, 2012

11:00 AM

  • CA Student Bill of Rights
  • March CUE Conference
  • Whatever else comes up :)