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Blended Learning

Blended Learning
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Blended Learning at GrayHarriman.com What is Blended LearningWhy use Blended Learning?How does one create Blended Learning?What medium can be used in Blended Learning? What is Blended Learning? 1. 2. Why use Blended Learning? 1. 2. 3. 4. How does one design Blended Learning? To design blended training, the instructional designers start by analyzing the training or course objectives and braking them down into the smallest possible pedagogically (for children) or andragogically (for adults) appropriate chunks (learning object). After the course or training has been chunked, the best approach to deliver each segment of instruction (learning object) is identified. The course is then aggregated by grouping the instruction logically while taking into account the medium of delivery. What medium can be used in Blended Learning? The medium is not limited to technology and can include: Here is a table that categorizes the type of learning that may be used: What are the challenges of Blended Learning? Blended Learning Resources:

ce qu'il va falloir casser pour que ça avance Avertissement liminaire : ce billet est à l’usage de ceux d’entre les acteurs de l’école qui veulent délibérément s’engager dans le numérique. Il convient de ne passer aucune étape, l’ordre ayant peu d’importance. En revanche, un très grand soin doit être apporté à l’entreprise globale par la réussite complète de chacun des items. Casser les murs et les meubles J’avais, il y a un moment déjà, dans ce billet, suggéré qu’on pousse plus loin les murs de la classe. Dans un groupe de travail matinal auquel je participais, il y a quelques jours, une ministre de l’ancien gouvernement, maire de sa ville en banlieue sud de Paris, s’interrogeait : faut-il construire une salle informatique dans les écoles de ma ville ? La réponse, Mme la ministre, est simple : c’est non. L’école numérique s’accommode mal d’espaces clos non modulables que sont nos salles de classe, rectangulaires, fermées. C’est l’ensemble de l’architecture et du design scolaires qui doivent être repensés à l’heure du numérique.

3 Ways the Internet Is Changing Education Right Now The Internet has had a massive effect on all aspects of human life and interactions since its inception. The world has shrunk considerably and the speed of life has increased dramatically. But one specific aspect that the internet has had an enormous effect on is education. It’s changing education for good and for the good of all. Democratizing Education The internet is bringing education to almost all corners of the planet and leveling the playing field. Lowered Costs Once the technological infrastructure is in place, the internet means lowered education costs across the board. Improved Learning Not only can the internet provide education to more people at a lower cost, it can also offer better quality. With all these changes happening so fast, it is hard to say where the internet will take education next.

Blended Learning Toolkit | Voila pourquoi il laisser nos élèves venir avec leurs appareils en classe Désolé cette vidéo est en anglais. Si vous le comprenez, n’hésitez pas à y consacrer quelques minutes. C’est bien fait, ludique, et surtout tous les arguments y sont pour encourager nos écoles à adopter le BYOD (« Bring Your Own Device »). Sinon, il ne vous reste plus qu’à adopter la traduction française AVAN pour « Apportez Vos Appareils Numériques »et à vous rabattre sur quelques liens en français : Il en a été également question dans les couloirs de l’université de Paris-Descartes lors du jnum12. Que faut-il de plus pour convaincre les établissements ? Ou encore changer la logique des apprentissages ? En conclusion, Marc-André Lalande nous pose la bonne question, qui est de savoir non pas si, mais quand passerons-nous aux technologies numériques à l’école. PS : merci à Anne-Céline Grolleau, aussi connue sous le pseudonyme de @ActionsFLE pour le lien vers la vidéo et son scoop-it. Marc-André Lalande Like this: J'aime chargement…

5 Effective Communication Tips for Designers Communication plays a vital role in the professional life of a designer. There are, however, two types of communications that a designer carries out. The first refers to the type when a designer communicates with its audience via his designs. Such is called the ‘aesthetic communication‘ and is carried out in a very subtle, indirect and artistic manner. (Image source: Fotolia) According to my observation, designers throughout the world pay much heed to their aesthetic communication skills and efficiently engage themselves in improving and refining this ability. Although effective communication is vital for salaried designers as well, however, being able to communicate effectively is extremely crucial for freelance designers as they often find themselves in situation where they have to directly deal with professionals like clients, vendors and fellow designers etc. Medium Matters Much In a communication string, medium matters much. (Image source: Fotolia) Set Pattern of Communication

13 Real-World Examples Of Blended Learning Blended learning—which combines traditional, face-to-face instruction with technology-based learning—is considered by some to be education’s next big thing. Salman Khan has made a name for himself with the method through his Khan Academy , which is used in around 15,000 classrooms to augment the learning experience. Many school districts and even colleges have shown improvement when blended learning is implemented, with some underperforming schools even performing complete turnarounds. This year, Education Dive has already compiled case collections of iPad classroom projects and flipped learning uses. 1. Manchester Superintendent Thomas Brennan’s “Maximizing Educational Opportunities” report presents a plan for blended classrooms where students can complete courses through the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School and “remote classrooms” that would allow students to virtually participate in courses at any one of the district’s three high schools. 2. 3. Dr. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Harvard and MIT Put $60M in E-Learning Venture EdX Harvard and MIT have joined forces to launch the not-for-profit online learning venture edX, the two institutions announced today. Soon available at the open-source platform will feature free online versions of their classes and those of other universities. However, edX will be much more than a simple collection of videos. According to its creators, its purpose is to build a global community of online learners – hence the inclusion of wiki-based collaborative education. Additional features include self-paced learning, online discussion groups, assessment of training as a student progresses through a course, and online laboratories. Besides catering to online learners around the world, this joint venture will also “support the Harvard and MIT faculty in conducting research on teaching and learning,” the FAQ detail. This isn’t the first time MIT has ventured into distance learning. ➤ EdX (soon available)

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