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1 Blended Learning Implementation Jason Green, Redbird Advanced Thomas Arnett, Clayton Christensen Tiffany Della Vedova, The Mandell Presentation:

2 Introductions Part 1 - Mini-talks ●Disruptive Innovation & Blended Learning - Tom Arnett ●Classroom Models & Practices - Tiffany Della Vedova ●Change Leadership - Jason Green Part 2 - Blended Learning Station Rotation Workshop ●Disruptive Innovation & Blended Learning - Talk ●Classroom Models & Practices - Tinker ●Change Leadership - Video Agenda

3 An Homage to Blended Learning aka The Joy and The Pain

4 Disruptive Innovation Thomas Arnette The Christensen Institute

5 Clayton christensen What is disruptive innovation?

6 CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN Disruption in computing

7 Clayton christensen Perform ance Time Disruptive Innovations Tim e Sustaining innovations Incumbents dominate sustaining battles Entrants typically win at disruption Ability to use improvements Pace of performance improvement Perform ance Sustaining vs. Disruptive Innovation

8 Clayton christensen How does disruptive innovation relate to education?

9 Clayton christensen t Disruption in education Self-taught Learning Personal Tutoring Batch-model Classroom Disruptive Blended Learning

10 Clayton christensen 50% of all high school courses online by 2019 Online learning is enabling the disruption of traditional models of instruction Linear S-curve logarithms indicate growing online learning adoption

11 Clayton christensen Disruption distributes access to nonconsumers Credit recovery Drop outs AP/advanced courses Scheduling conflicts Home-schooled and homebound students Small, rural, urban schools Unit recovery Disaster preparedness Tutoring Developing countries Pre-K After school In the home Incarcerated youth In-school suspension School bus commute Summer school Teacher absenteeism Migrant worker families Foreign languages

12 Clayton christensen What are the implications of this disruption?

13 Clayton christensen What is blended learning?

14 CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN INSTITUTE The rise of K-12 blended learning Definition of blended learning 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, And at least in part in a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home The modalities along each student’s learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience.

15 Clayton christensen Blended Learning is not…

16 Clayton christensen Models of K−12 blended learning

17 Blended Learning Models Tiffany Della Vedova Mandell School


19 Blended Models = Recipes for Success

20 Clayton christensen Station Rotation Model

21 Lab Rotation low student movement high teacher movement students on devices whole group action personalized practice Rotation Station student movement at transitions low teacher movement high teacher “withitness” mix of activities (think centers) small group learning small group and personalized practice


23 What is the best use of the Face-to- Face time?

24 Change Leadership Jason Green Redbird Advanced Learning

25 Change Leadership Culture does not change because we desire to change it. Culture changes when the organization is transformed – the culture reflects the realities of people working together every day. – Frances Hesselbein There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things – Niccolo Machiavelli

26 The challenge of self-regulation

27 The head and the heart

28 Getting to the tipping point

29 The role of the leader


31 Blended Learning Station Rotation Workshop - Poll Everywhere Part 2 - Blended Learning Station Rotation Workshop ●Group 1: Disruptive Innovation & Blended Learning - Talk ●Group 2: Change Leadership - Video ●Group 3: Classroom Models & Practices - Tinker Presentation:

32 Station 1 - Breakout Group 1: Disruptive Innovation & Blended Learning - Talk Presentation:

33 Clayton christensen Is blended learning disruptive?

34 Clayton christensen Often industries experience a hybrid stage Perfor mance Tim e Differ ent Meas ure of Perfor manc e

35 Clayton christensen Some models of blended learning are hybrids

36 Clayton christensen Some models are sustaining; others are disruptive DISRUPTIVE

37 Station 2 - Breakout Group 2: Change Leadership - Video

38 Station 2 - Switch by the Heath Brothers - Video

39 Station 2 - Group Discussion Where are you hitting the mark? Where are you struggling? ●Directing the Rider ●Motivating the Elephant ●Shaping the Path

40 Station 3 - Breakout Group 3: Classroom Models and Practice - Tinker

41 Station 3 - Tinker Breakout Tinker (PBL, hands-on component of BL) Topic: Blended models & classroom design Task: a.Option 1: Using the physical manipulatives & materials, design a classroom space you think would be conducive to the rotation model. Include where the teacher would be, students, and station labels. Take a picture of the design. BONUS Credit: Use the app ShowMe to explain your design. b.Option 2: Using this Classroom Architecture tool, create a digital design layout of your classroom space to allow for rotation model:

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