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1 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Nikos Mattheos University of Bern, Switzerland Malmö University, Sweden

2 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos if you want them to learn......confuse them! Rolf Attström, Monday morning 8.00, Periodontology department corridor, Malmö..!

3 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Distance Learning (DL) Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Flexible Learning Distributed Learning Blended Learning A little bit of History!

4 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos 1. traditional + electonic/web based 2. face to face + distance/self-paced 3. Different pedagogic approaches...and what is blended learning ?

5 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Blended learning is only new to people who were foolish enough to think that delegating the entire training role to the computer was going to work..! Jay Cross, 2004

6 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Chat Audioconference Project work On-line library Seminars Web boards Team work Search engines Multimedia THE SOUP MODEL ! Mattheos N. 88th Annual FDI Congress, Paris 2000.

7 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Education will be enhanced and improved through technology as long as the focus remains on learning Invimeds consortium

8 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos

9 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Virtual Learning Environments Learning Content Management Systems Instructional technology software created for educational use, primarily used as course support or as vehicles or on-line courses. Minielli Ferris, 2005

10 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Lectures Seminars Clinic Textbooks - Articles Atlas Microscope Lab Traditional Conventional Didactic Face-to-Face Web page or CD with images + discussion Forum Blended Learning ! Undergraduate teaching of Oral Pathology:

11 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos loads of transparencies loads of transparencies One Amphitheatre One Amphitheatre Three lectures per week Three lectures per week 100 students 100 students

12 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Digitise transparencies Digitise transparencies + Internet + Three lectures + Asynchronous board 40 students in lectures 23 hits on the web 2 comments on the e-board 2 s

13 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos One opening lecture Digitise - Internet Digitise - Internet Links - references Links - references Individual – Group tasks Individual – Group tasks

14 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos 20 + questions !

15 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos self- assessment self- assessment Peer critic Peer critic Invite guest expert Invite guest expert One opening lecture Digitise - Internet Digitise - Internet Links - references Links - references Individual – Group tasks Individual – Group tasks

16 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Blended Learning ! He blended media to deliver instruction She used media to blend - self-assessment - teamwork - peer critic - external assessment - interaction

17 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Keep the end in mind !

18 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Why bother? Learning Styles ! Diveristy in Learning

19 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos With blended learning, schools and teachers can increase the engagement of students in the learning process and accommodate a variety of learning styles. Liz Pape. From Bricks to Clicks: Blurring Classroom/Cyber Lines

20 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Pasta? Fish? Meat? Beans? Ice cream?...Blend !

21 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Simpson C & Du Y Effects of learning styles and class participation on students enjoyment level in distributed learning environments. Richmond AS & Liu L Student learning styles of traditional courses versus online distyance courses. Terrell SR & Dringus L An investigation of the effect of learning style on student success in an on-line learning environment. Learning styles - Blended learning No correlation between specific learning styles and computer enhanced instruction

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23 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Myers - Bryggs: Extraversion - Introversion Sensing - Intuitive Thinking - Feeling Judging - Perceptive Kolb: Accomodative Assimilative Divergent Convergent Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Tactile Rose: Felder & Silverman: Active - Reflective Sensing - Intuitive Visual - Verbal Sequential - Global

24 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Computer is a tool - it can be used to favour any learning strategy or style

25 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos to...blend on not to blend? Instructional Advantages: - simplicity, accessibility, flexibility - management of learning process, documentation Educational Advantages: - pedagogic strategic choice - better than purely on-line education

26 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos to...blend on not to blend?...because students will like it more...because this way you will accommodate more learning styles...because it is be more effective

27 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Blended learning focuses on optimising achievement of learning objectives by applying the right learning technologies to match the right learning style to transfer the right skills to the right person at the right time Singh H & Reed C. Singh H & Reed C. A white paper: Achieving success with Blended Learning

28 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos The term blended-learning is ill-defined and inconsistenly used. Whilst its popularity is increasing, its clarity is not. Building research around this term becomes an impossible project, since without a common concept of its meaning there can be no coherent way of synthesising the findings of studies, let alone developing a consistent theoretical framework. Oliver M (London) & Trigwell K (Oxford) 2005 Oliver M, Trigwell K. Can blended learning be redeemed? E-learning, Vol2, Nr1, 2005.

29 September 2006ADEE Cracow, Nikos Mattheos Blended is a transitory term. Soon it will join other terms in the dustbin of has-beens. In the meantime, blended is a stepping stone to the future. It reminds us to look at learning challenges from many directions. It makes computer-only training look ridiculous. It drives us to pick the right tools to get the job done. Jay Cross Jay Cross, In: Foreword, Handbook of blended learning. December2004

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