Roadmap to Blended Learning

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Description: What is blended learning and why should educators embrace it? How can we move towards a vision of blended learning in our schools? This session presents an OVERVIEW, WAYPOINTS, and DIRECTIONS for the Roadmap to Blended Learning.

Presentation Slides


Referenced Videos from October 2013 Presentation








November 2011: (an audio recording / podcast of this November 4th presentation is available - 95 minutes)
Referenced Resources / Links

August 2011:
Roadmap to Blended Learning
View more presentations from Wesley Fryer
Video: "Iowa Did You Know?" (August 2011)

Other Referenced Resources:

  1. eBook Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing
  2. Fun intro: The Hobbit in 5 Minutes [video]
  3. Session tools:
    1. Online Stopwatch
    2. Interactive Fruit Machine
    3. Popplet Lite for iPad (free)
  4. School Public Relations Example: Nebraska Loves Public Schools
  5. OER Examples
    1. MIT Open Courseware
    2. Curriki
  6. Every class needs:
    1. a home base (wiki)
    2. a newspaper (blog)
    3. a virtual locker (password protected LMS)
  7. Classroom 'home base' examples (wikis)
    1. Room 9 Central (Rachel Boyd - built with WikiSpaces)
    2. Technology 4 Teachers (Wesley Fryer - built with Google Sites)
  8. Classroom 'newspaper' examples (blogs)
    1. The KinderKids Blog (Maria Knee, kindergarten - built with Classroom Blogmeister)
    2. Speaking of History (Eric Langhorst, 8th grade - built with Blogger)
    3. Pre-Calculus Scribe Blog from Fall /06 (Darren Kuropatwa, high school - built with Blogger)
  9. QuietTube (YouTube videos without the distractions)

Moodle


  1. What's Moodle?
    1. 3 minute video (YouTube)
    2. From Moodle.org
    3. From the English WikiPedia
  2. Intro to Moodle
    1. MoodleBites - Moodle Basics (on the official demo server)
    2. Sample course: Grade 9 Romeo and Juliet (on official demo server)
  3. Learning Moodle
    1. Managing a Moodle Course (official Moodle.org documentation)
    2. Moodle Mayhem wiki
  4. Moodle on Mobile Devices
    1. Moodle Update July 2011 from Martin Dougiamas (SlideShare)
    2. Mobile Moodle FAQ
    3. MoodleTouch
    4. Demo site: mtouch.pragmasql.com
  5. Ft Gibson Moodle
Creative Commons License
These materials by Wesley A. Fryer are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Contact details for Wesley are available.


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