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Beyond Blended: Supporting Learner Engagement and Access

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My part of a Symposium on Blended Learning and EdTech for improving Biology at Botany 2015 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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Beyond Blended: Supporting Learner Engagement and Access

  1. 1. Beyond Blended: Supporting Learner Engagement and Access Dr. Valerie Irvine @_valeriei #botany2015 on July 27, 2015
  2. 2. Five Movements
  3. 3. The Technology Integration and Evaluation (TIE) Research Lab
  4. 4. Personalization Openness Connectedness Access Assessment
  5. 5. Learning Pathways (Major, 2015)
  6. 6. Salt Spring Island Tour with Ministry of Education & John Abbott February 14, 2012
  7. 7. Science Education Symposium At Science World during AAAS February 15, 2012
  8. 8. Via @courosa
  9. 9. Subjects Segregated ------------------------------------------------------------------- Integrated Curriculum Predetermined ---------------------------------------------------Co-created Design Learning Outcomes ------------------------------------------------------ Personalized Grouping Age/Grade ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Dynamic Environment Classrooms of 30 ------------------------------------------------------------------------Flexible Connections Hypothetical ------------------------------------------------------------- Real world projects Mode of Access Face-to-Face or Online ------------------------------------------------------------ Hybrid Mix
  10. 10. Personalization Open Principle Connectedness Access Assessment
  11. 11. Open Access -> Open Research • “The means of communication should be held by the public, the very basis of how we connect should be a public utility. That principle we are trying to bring to research and scholarship.”
  12. 12. Culture of Sharing: Open Blogs
  13. 13. Personalization Openness Connectedness Access Assessment
  14. 14. For Instructors: How to Unlearn or Innovate Requires Connections
  15. 15. For Learners How to Engage in Inquiry Requires Connections
  16. 16. Personalization Openness Connectedness Assessment Access
  17. 17. Memories of Biology 11 Flickr@Quinn.Anya
  18. 18. Observed Score = True Score + Error
  19. 19. O = T + E
  20. 20. Teacher-made assessments have a reliability of 0.4
  21. 21. Is act of O harming T? Instead of Error being a threat to validity… Is the act of O an error in and of itself?
  22. 22. Potential = Personalization + Connectedness + Openness + Assessment for learning + Access
  23. 23. Harprit Nijjar @harpritN1 Biology 12 teacher Delta School District “Pecha Kucha final exam”
  24. 24. YOUR BIOLOGY 12 FINAL WILL BE IN AN INTERVIEW FORMAT WITH 5 STUDENTS AND YOUR TEACHER. EACH STUDENT WILL HAVE 4-5 IMAGES DISPLAYED TO THEM AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK ABOUT WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNED ABOUT EACH IMAGE FOR APPROXIMATELY 30 SECONDS. THE INTERVIEWS WILL TAKE PLACE IN BIOLOGY CLASS DURING THE EXTENDED BLOCKS FROM JUNE 15-18. THE TIME FOR EACH STUDENT WILL BEGIN WHEN THE IMAGE IS DISPLAYED, THE TIME WILL END WHEN THE NEXT IMAGE IS PUT UP. STUDENTS WILL ALTERNATE SPEAKING UNTIL ALL IMAGES ARE COVERED AND EACH STUDENT HAS HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK 4-5 TIMES.
  25. 25. IN PREPARATION FOR YOUR FINAL A DROPBOX ACCOUNT HAS BEEN SET UP. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO ACCEPT THE INVITE YOU WILL RECEIVE FROM YOUR TEACHER AND TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT FOR YOURSELF USING YOUR EMAIL. IN THE BIOLOGY 12 FINAL 2015 FOLDER, YOU WILL FIND A LIST OF FOLDERS WITH ALL THE TOPICS COVERED OVER THE COURSE OF THE YEAR: • CELL STRUCTURES • CELL TRANSPORT • CIRCULATORY SYSTEM • DIGESTIVE SYSTEM • DNA REPLICATION • ENZYMES • EXCRETORY SYSTEM • PROTEIN SYNTHESIS • REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM • RESPIRATORY SYSTEM YOUR TASK IS TO OBTAIN IMAGES FROM THE WEB WHICH COVER TOPICS IN BIOLOGY 12. YOU WILL CREATE A SEPARATE WORD OR PDF DOCUMENT FOR EACH IMAGE THAT YOU CHOOSE. WITH THE IMAGE YOU WILL ALSO ADD A LIST OF VOCABULARY WHICH ARE RELEVANT.
  26. 26. • WHEN NAMING YOUR FILE (IN EACH FOLDER) START WITH YOUR BLOCK, LAST NAME, FIRST NAME EXAMPLE: E. SMITH, JOHN • BE SURE TO INCLUDE IMAGES OF INDIVIDUAL ORGANS AS WELL AS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. YOU MAY USE ARROWS TO POINT TO SPECIFIC STRUCTURES AS WELL. • EACH STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADDING A MINIMUM OF 2 PICTURES. • YOUR TEACHER WILL MONITOR ALL FOLDERS AND ADD/REMOVE IMAGES AND VOCABULARY AS NEEDED. • THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS NEW SPIN ON A FINAL EXAM!
  27. 27. Personalization Openness Connectedness Assessment Access
  28. 28. FACE TO FACE ONLINEOR
  29. 29. FACE TO FACE ONLINE*AND*
  30. 30. F2F ONLINEMULTI- ACCESS
  31. 31. Remote Online Pod (3 F2F) F2F On-Campus Class Remote Online Blended (F2F & Online)
  32. 32. Irvine, V. (2013). Multi-Access Learning
  33. 33. Grand Yellowhead School Division, Alberta
  34. 34. http://today.law.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/06_cluster_dsc_7732_inside.jpg
  35. 35. Cyber Proxy
  36. 36. COMMUNITY
  37. 37. WORK FAMILY STUDENT PRESSURES, SOCIAL JUSTICE, & PRIVILEGE SELF-CARECOMMUTE COST (transportation, accommodation, parking, airfare, etc.)
  38. 38. Can Blended Meet Mobility Needs? NO
  39. 39. Copyright John Bell UMichigan
  40. 40. Destination in Place and Space
  41. 41. The distance is nothing when one has a motive. ~ Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
  42. 42. Dr. Valerie Irvine Assistant Professor, EdTech Co-Director, TIE Research Lab University of Victoria http://valerieirvine.ca @_valeriei virvine@uvic.ca

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