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1 Shake it, Flip it, and Blend it: A Recipe for Success Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore Janice Harding Macomb ISD

2 Jan Harding, Instructional Technology Consultant 30+ years teaching Grades years in Instructional Technology Project leader: 21things4 teachers, 21things4students TRIG Classroom Readiness, Advisory Council Blended Learning in the Classroom Instructor for REMC Macomb 2020 Blended Learning Consultant MACUL SIGMM officer BA, Oakland University; MACT, Michigan State University; Instructional Technology Certification, MSU Blackboard Administrator, MISD Certified trainer: CITW, UT-CITW, and Power Walkthrough --Empowering teachers and students to use technology to support teaching and

3 Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore Instructional Technology & School Data Consultant Education: BA: Business Education, MA: Library & Information Technology; MBE: Business & Technology; Ed.D.: Educational Leadership 25+ years in education: K-12 Certification and Vocational Business/CTE, Library Media; District Administrator in Curriculum & Instructional Technology Support for Macomb County: –Instructional Technology –School Improvement and Data Warehousing –Discovery Streaming, Edublogs Campus Project Manager/Co-creator - 21things4 sites TRIG State Advisory – Classroom Readiness State Coordinator: MiSchoolData PD McREL Certified trainer: Classroom Instruction that Works, Using Technology with CITW, Power Walkthrough Author: “Data Reference Points for the Michigan School Improvement Process” 3 Follow me:

4 Learning Objective Know about the different models of online learning Understand how these models can support best practice in the classroom Make Connections between the models, resources, and classroom integration Transfer the Learning to impact classroom instruction, engage learners, and support student learning

5 Key Working Agreements Respect confidentiality Share airtime Keep sidebars to a minimum Respect start, breaks, and end times If it rings, dings, or sings – put it on vibrate or silent

6 Grounding Circle Who are we? State your name, the school you represent, and your position. Why are we doing this? Share your hopes (and fears) for today’s session. Why are we doing this in this way? Share your background knowledge on today’s topic.

7 Tour of Materials Back Channel Web Site

8 What does online learning look like?

9 Traditional Blended Synchronous Teacher directed Technology – add on Tightly scheduled Personalized learning challenges Challenges with absenteeism Synchronous and asynchronous Student choices for pacing and products Technology infused Flexibility in scheduling Personalization through adaptive release, student choice Reduces variability due to absenteeism Where are we trying to go?

10 Face to Face Online Presence Station Rotation Lab Rotation Flipped Blended Hybrid or Enriched Virtual Ala Carte or Flex Totally Online Pathways to Online Learning

11 How can we get there?

12 Today’s Focus… Models Tools Getting Started Shake it, Flip it, Blend it – YOUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESS…

13 What does “Blended Learning” look like? A. This? B. This? C. This?

14 ANSWER: YES TO ALL! “The definition of blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace; at least in part in a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home; and the modalities along each student’s learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience.” -Christensen Institute; a non-profit “Think Tank” dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation.

15 The Basics of Blended Learning

16 Exploring the Models Back Channel Chat Review the Christensen materialsChristensen materials Where are you at on the pathway to blending your classroom? What model best suits your needs now? What is your ultimate goal? T/P/S with your neighbor definitions-and-models/

17 Creators Aaron Sams and Johnathan Bergman Science Teachers in Colorado The Flipped Classroom Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergman

18 Flipping the Classroom Visit the Flipped Learning NetworkFlipped Learning Network Review the definitions and differences for “Flipped Learning” and “Flipped Classroom” What are the 4 Pillars of Flip? How might this work for you? T/P/S with your neighbor Flexible Environment Learning Culture Intentional Content Professional Educator Four Pillars of Flip Source:

19 Blended Instruction Flipped Instruction A pedagogy of learningA tool for blended and hybrid learning Both face to face and online instruction Instruction is online; practice and help is face to face Combines a variety of multimedia and instructor led teaching Focus is on the creation of instructional videos or narrated presentations for instruction Requires a “Face of the Classroom” (online presence) Requires a “Face of the Classroom Blended v. Flipped Instruction Back Channel Chat

20 Getting Started

21 PacingSelf-Motivation Planning, Scripting, Posting, Timing Meaningful Class time Progress Monitoring, Assessment, & Evaluation Clear Student Expectations Textbooks, Materials, Resources Grading DifferentiationAccess

22 What is the Recipe for Success? Giving Homework a Home Locating content, interactives, and tools to practice/assess Creating engaging resources Finding a model that works well for you and your students

23 Giving Homework a Home Back Channel Explore the “Face of Your Classroom” at 21things4teachers.net Explore “Thing 2” called “Face of the Classroom”Face of the Classroom Visit examples of the following –Blog, Wiki, CMS/Edmodo, Website Think/Pair/Share which might work best for you.

24 Locating Content Back Channel Locate 3-5 resources at 21things4teachers.net Explore “Thing 11” called “Content Area Tools” Visit “Additional Resources” for “AR 11” T/P/S your findings

25 Locating Interactives Back Channel Locate 3-5 resources at 21things4teachers.net Explore “Thing 12” called “Interactives” Visit “Additional Resources” for “AR 12” T/P/S with your neighbor your findings and how you might use them in your online course

26 Locating Tools to Practice & Assess Back Channel Locate 3-5 resources at 21things4teachers.net Explore “Thing 17” called “Evaluation & Assessment” Visit “Additional Resources” for “AR 17” T/P/S with your neighbor your findings and how you might use them in your online course

27 Synthesize Back Channel

28 Explore “Thing 20” called “Blended or Flipped Classrooms” at 21things4teachers.netThing 20 What FREE tools are out there to create video? FEE tools? T/P/S with your neighbor your experiences with video creation

29 Script, Plan, Create, Post Back Channel ScriptingPlanning Creating/EditingPosting

30 Reaching the Destination… Exit Ticket Back Channel Jot down the key take-aways from today What do you know? What do you want to know? What are your short-term and long-term goals to integrate your learning into your classroom? T/P/S

31 Learning Objective Know about the different models of online learning Understand how these models can support best practice in the classroom Make Connections between the models, resources, and classroom integration Transfer the Learning to impact classroom instruction, engage learners, and support student learning

32 Q & A


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