"PLE" : forme avancée du Blended Learning. Qu’appelle-t-on un Personal Learning Environment ?
Hubert van Cappel : Un PLE ou Personal Learning Environment (Environnement d'Apprentissage Personnel) est un écosystème de formation qui va aider les collaborateurs à construire et organiser eux-mêmes leur propre apprentissage. Le concept n’est pas nouveau. Néanmoins, l’arrivée du digital facilite l’élaboration de solutions "sur-mesure" à grande échelle et en réduit les coûts. Vu par Symetrix ? Hubert van Cappel : Symetrix conçoit le PLE comme un parcours de développement de l’apprenant qui valorise autant son cheminement que les savoirs qu’il acquiert.
Pratiquement, cela commence par un diagnostic-test individuel, qui peut être précédé d’un auto-diagnostic permettant de comparer la perception que le collaborateur a de son niveau avec son niveau évalué. Blended Learning Toolkit. 10 Reasons Every District Should Open a Flex School - Getting Smart by Tom Vander Ark - AdvancePath, blended learning, Connections Education, K12.
Definitions and Models. Blended Learning. What is blended learning?
Blended learning is not the same as technology-rich instruction. It goes beyond one-to-one computers and high-tech gadgets. Blended learning involves leveraging the Internet to afford each student a more personalized learning experience, including increased student control over the time, place, path, and/or pace of learning. The Flipped Learning Process Visually Explained. April 2, 2015 After yesterday’s post on “Flipped Learning Resources” one of our readers emailed us this beautiful visual outlining the six main steps involved in the creation of a flipped classroom.
These steps include: planning, recording, sharing, changing, grouping, and regrouping. Read the graphic for more details on each of these steps. The Secret Is the Blend. Recently, a Dean’s office asked me whether they should deliver blended classes in their college.
Specifically, they wanted some evidence that showed that students enrolled in blended courses as they do online courses. Our online courses can sometimes fill up far faster than our face-to-face (f2f) courses. Through the years, I have had a couple chapters on blended learning, one of which I just wrote a little over a year ago, so I had some literature, but I wanted to know what was happening on other campuses as of late. This request led me to ask my tweeps (peeps or friends on Twitter) what research was out there and resulted in a working blog post that listed some of these resources. Let’s remember that blended learning is not new, but it has had a resurgence in the past couple years.
I am a bit partial, I know. However, as recent as last month, I was asked to come talk to a university that was starting a blended program (Hi, friends at U of Tampa). Blended Learning: What and Why? In the ongoing quest for improved workforce training, organizations often find they don’t know where to turn for the best advice.
Is it better to outsource or to train in-house? What are the newest tools and techniques for delivering training? The traditional instructor-led, classroom training model has typically been thought of as the standard for delivering high quality training to learners. However, studies have shown the effectiveness of training has less to do with face-to-face instruction than it does with the design of the course material1.
One thing is certain; companies want more value from their training programs, i.e. better results for less capital outlay. L’hybridation dans l’enseignement supérieur : vers une nouvelle culture de l’évaluation ? Tips for Creating a Community Within Blended Learning. If the 21st Century had to be summarized in five words or less, most could agree on “The Age of Information.”
Between text messaging, social media, and the numerous chat programs floating around cyberspace, we have become a culture that rapidly interacts and shares new ideas on every platform available. That being said, blended training programs that incorporate these features often experience increased user engagement. However, creating a blended learning program, and getting learners to embrace it, are two different beasts. We have listed a few quick tips below for building a community around your blended training, but feel free to contact us for additional ideas. Setting Initial Expectations Early It is not uncommon for employees to avoid speaking up and conversating within the training context. E-Learning and Blended Learning. It is difficult to find one simple solutions for a complex issues.
The expectations with regards to performance at work place or at home are complex; we need a blend of various learning solutions to resolve these complex issues. In such a scenario, Blended learning offers a greater chance of success. Blended learning is not new concepts. In fact, it is an age-old concept that existed for several centuries. In ancient India, the pupil leave with their teacher or guru for years in Ashrams. Today, the needs and challenges of learning have changed. Time constraintTotal number of students that can be reachedLearners being distributed at far different placesComplexity of tasks to performComplexity of contentForms of content (Audio, Video, Text etc.)InfrastructureCost. Have you mastered blended learning? 10 strategies for thriving in this growing field.
Is K–12 blended learning disruptive?An introduction of the theory of hybrids. Download the full white paper By Clayton M.
Christensen, Michael B. Horn, and Heather Staker May 2013 The Clayton Christensen Institute, formerly Innosight Institute, has published three papers describing the rise of K−12 blended learning—that is, formal education programs that combine online learning and brick-and-mortar schools. Introduction to sustaining and disruptive innovation There are two basic types of innovation—sustaining and disruptive—that follow different trajectories and lead to different results. Disruptive innovations, in contrast, do not try to bring better products to existing customers in established markets. Blended learning solution in practice. Blended learning is not only the buzz word.
It is actually working. Why? Because we all realized that no single teaching approach is good enough to work for all learners. Since time immemorial we’ve been blending different instructional methods in our training initiatives. With the emergence of technology, this approach got new dimensions. 7 Stories From Educators About Teaching In The Flipped Classroom. Informed articles and commentary on this powerful and often misunderstood concept.
The University of Wisconsin’s Stout School of Education publishes a great Tech Tips newsletter. The last few issues of this newsletter have been packed with resources focused on topics near and dear to us here at EmergingEdTech, and we strongly recommend signing up for this free publication. I spent a good deal of time reading and appreciating the resources shared in a recent Tech Tips newsletter focused on the concept of “the flipped classroom”. Below I have shared several of the articles listed in the newsletter, along with a few more that I searched out, and I’ve provided a little insight into each of them.
(Click image to access a Flipped Classroom Infographic from Knewton.com) There is a wealth of experienced, constructive knowledge shared in this content. The Flipped Class: Myths Vs. 7 Essential Tools for a Flipped Classroom - Getting Smart by Guest Author - classrooms, EdTech, flipped classroom. By: Erin Palmer The flipped classroom uses technology to allow students more time to apply knowledge and teachers more time for hands-on education. It’s a continually changing strategy that evolves with technology. Innovative educators are usually on the lookout for the latest technology breakthroughs that will help them better organize and conduct flipped classrooms.
The following tools are listed from most basic to most sophisticated and can be used alone or in tandem to make flipped classrooms more engaging. Google Docs Google Docs have many advantages over traditional word processing programs, including real-time automatic updates visible to all users, a feature that enables robust discussion and sharing. YouTube. The Basics of Blended Learning. Un Livre blanc pour en finir avec le « blended-learning n’importe comment » iNACOL_DefinitionsProject. iZone’s Blended Learning Programs. Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Learning, Teaching, and Technology. Workshop: ICT for a change - How teaching in the unified classroom ... BLIG-2.0-Final-Paper.