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1 1:1 and BYO What Works, What Doesn’t ? Instructional Models and Issues Presented by Roger W. Minier, Ph.D Please call with your questions, to receive an electronic copy of this presentation including an annotated bibliography of resources or for professional development on this and other topics C 2012 by NWOET May be used within Ohio for non-profit educational purposes; for other use call

2 Just as careers are changing K-12 education is changing as well Chalkboard  Smartboard Research report  Inquiry based writing Lab computers  1:1 / BYO

3 Some Definitions: Online Information (Content Resources) Homework - INFOhio – Teacher web site – Search Results Assessments Survey Monkey – Google Forms – ODE Tests – ACT Communications & Collaboration - Google Docs – Wikis – Facebook (?)

4 Some Definitions: 1:1 Online Internet Device for every child Internet at school and home Teacher PD in online resources & Blended Learning strategies

5 Some Definitions: Flipped Most course content available online Little or no content via f-f lecture Face-to-face project work/activities/help

6 Virtually ALL research is showing Blended Learning really WORKS ‘2 standard deviation improvement in performance’ ‘Top 2% of (like-peer) student performance’ Harvard Business Review “Rethinking Schools” March 2012 Virtually ALL research is showing Blended Learning really WORKS ‘2 standard deviation improvement in performance’ ‘Top 2% of (like-peer) student performance’ Harvard Business Review “Rethinking Schools” March :1 – What Works, What Doesn’t ?

7 “iNACOL Standards” focus on design of instructional Resources Assessment Communication “iNACOL Standards” focus on design of instructional Resources Assessment Communication Models of 1:1 Blended Learning

8 WHICH Device? Plus & Minus Desktops powerful not mobile (duh) Laptops full featured cost and weight Netbooks small/light/cheap not fun/engaging Tablets engaging/interactive lack writing tools Cell phone availability lack writing tools WHICH Device? Plus & Minus Desktops powerful not mobile (duh) Laptops full featured cost and weight Netbooks small/light/cheap not fun/engaging Tablets engaging/interactive lack writing tools Cell phone availability lack writing tools How will my students GET online?

9 School device? BYO? or Both ? - Keyboard is critical for writing - Use of ‘mouse’ can speed writing process - WiFi at home makes significant difference - Larger screens reduce fatigue (4” /foot as guideline) NOTE: As of December 2012, iPads, with standard keyboard recommended, MAY be used for PARCC testing. Smartphones and other tablets did NOT meet the requirements for use in PARCC testing, School device? BYO? or Both ? - Keyboard is critical for writing - Use of ‘mouse’ can speed writing process - WiFi at home makes significant difference - Larger screens reduce fatigue (4” /foot as guideline) NOTE: As of December 2012, iPads, with standard keyboard recommended, MAY be used for PARCC testing. Smartphones and other tablets did NOT meet the requirements for use in PARCC testing, How will my students GET online?

10 100% school owned Internet Device: Less difficult than BYO when just beginning - Identical software - Identical Hardware - Much easier tech support - Less Professional Development required - Quicker classroom implementation 100% school owned Internet Device: Less difficult than BYO when just beginning - Identical software - Identical Hardware - Much easier tech support - Less Professional Development required - Quicker classroom implementation How will my students GET online?

11 Advantages when students BYO - Students maintain device - Students (parents) insure device - Students update device - Device, software, filing are familiar How will my students GET online?

12 - BEFORE Students bring their own devices, consider: If it’s prohibited face-to-face, its prohibited online BYO devices must be FULLY insured Teachers must display ‘currently allowed’ uses No-use areas (locker rooms, office) identified A Quick Note on Policy

13 HOMEWORK - Assignments Written assignment Due Date Rubric / grading criteria How to submit HOMEWORK - Assignments Written assignment Due Date Rubric / grading criteria How to submit What will I DO online?

14 HOMEWORK - Assignments - Content to help complete the assignments Reading reminders (specific page/paragraph) Short videos (INFOhio Khan; teacher step-b y-step’s) Examples of B+/A level work Examples of NOT acceptable (“not-OK’s”) Reading Lists Content-specific web sites – and more HOMEWORK - Assignments - Content to help complete the assignments Reading reminders (specific page/paragraph) Short videos (INFOhio Khan; teacher step-b y-step’s) Examples of B+/A level work Examples of NOT acceptable (“not-OK’s”) Reading Lists Content-specific web sites – and more What will I DO online?

15 Some Definitions: Learning Management System (LMS) - Blackboard - Moodle - Edmodo - Google Apps for Education Also Wiki’s, Blogs, Facebook, GoogleSites and others

16 ELECTRONIC RESOURCES SY12-13 *.

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18 Virtually all research indicates Blended Learning WORKS ‘2 standard deviation improvement in student performance’ ‘Top 2% of (like-peer) student performance’ Harvard Business Review “Rethinking Schools” March 2012 Virtually all research indicates Blended Learning WORKS ‘2 standard deviation improvement in student performance’ ‘Top 2% of (like-peer) student performance’ Harvard Business Review “Rethinking Schools” March :1 – What Works, What Doesn’t ?

19 Questions? For further information on these topics please contact your local EdTech Agency, INFOhio or Roger W. Minier, Ph.D Permission is granted to use this PowerPoint within Ohio by any non-profit organization or school NWOET Comprehensive members may receive the presentation in person without charge. Material is copyright 2012 NWOET; some slides contain content made available by the Ohio Department of Education


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