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1 Video Conferencing and

2 Blended Learning

3 Blended Learning – throw it all in.

4 Core of a Blended Classroom

5 Asynchronous Learning and a Blended Learning Environment  Flip that classroom! Flip that classroom!

6 Benefits of Blending  Mastery of outcomes  24/7 access to resources  Students are more engaged  Increased parental contact  More interaction from the quiet ones  Potential for more student-teacher interaction and feedback  Flexible  Increased student success

7 Video Conferencing Schedule Nanton Science 7A 8:25 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. Nanton Science 7B 9:20 a.m. – 10:05 a.m. New Bridgen Joins 8:40 a.m. – 9:40 a.m.

8 Typical Classroom Routine  Science 7A begin their day with asynchronous until New Brigden joins us.  New Brigden joins us at 8:40 a.m. which is when we start the core of the lesson.  Science 7A/7B switch classes at 9:20 a.m. During the beginning of the 7B lesson, New Brigden continues working on their core lesson. I am available to them throughout the time and check in frequently with them.

9 Video Conferencing…what I have learned.  Seating plans  Mute button!  Plan, plan, plan  Webpage  EA

10 Yes…I have learned a lot!  Videos  Bridgit  Report cards and attendance  Visit as often as possible  Alberta Library mail system  Guest teachers

11 Web Page

12 You Can Blend Too!

13 Thank You!


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