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Blended Learning, NCTIES 2015

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This presentation was created to share with teachers how to transform an elementary classroom from a traditional classroom to a blended learning environment.

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Blended Learning, NCTIES 2015

  1. 1. Blended Learning in the Elem entary Classroom Presented By: Emily Schmidt & Martha Smith NCTIES, March 2015
  2. 2. Who Are We? Emily Schmidt emily.schmidt@cabarrus.k12.nc.us Martha Smith martha.smith@cabarrus.k12.nc.us
  3. 3. Agenda ❖ What is Blended Learning? ❖ What does it look like? ❖ Our Experiences with Blended Classrooms ❖ How to Get Started ❖ Blended Learning Tools ❖ Questions
  4. 4. What is Blended Learning? • Blended learning is a hybrid way of learning ! • Combines small group instruction with the 
 teacher and personalized instruction on a 
 computer/tablet ! • Uses adaptive technology ! • Blended learning allows students to control the pace and content of their own instruction. ! • Blended Learning is NOT Technology Integration.
  5. 5. Blended learning combines traditional direct instruction from the teacher and instruction and practice on a computer/tablet BLENDED LEARNING + =
  6. 6. “Technology is not a teacher - even with the best software, the technology is not the professional in the room.” -Talbot Bielefeldt, ISTE Senior Research Associate
  7. 7. What does an elementary level blended learning classroom look like?
  8. 8. Elementary Blended Learning Classroom ❖ There are several models of blended learning. ❖ In our classes, we use a station-rotation model. ❖ If you are already
 teaching using the
 workshop model, 
 you are only a step 
 away from creating a 
 blended learning 
  9. 9. Small Group Instruction with a Teacher Students still receive direct instruction from a teacher or assistant daily.
  10. 10. Data
  11. 11. Instruction and Practice on Computer/Tablet Students will use online learning programs and teacher created lessons to continue their direct instruction.
  12. 12. Centers & Partner Work Collaboration with peers is still essential to student learning.
  13. 13. Independent Work Independent work can be used as informal assessment and allows students continued practice with that day’s instruction.
  14. 14. Independent Work Instruction & Practice on Computer/Tablet Small Group Instruction with a Teacher Centers & Partner Work
  15. 15. Monday/Friday+ Mini,Lesson012:15,12:25+ 12:25,12:40+ 12:40,12:55+ 12:55,1:15+ Group0 1+ TenMarks) Center) Teacher) Group0 2+ Center) Teacher) TenMarks) Group0 3+ Teacher) TenMarks) Center) Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday- Mini0Lesson312:15012:25- 12:25012:45- 12:4501:05- 1:0501:25- Group3 1- Dreambox) Dreambox) Teacher) Group3 2- Teacher) Dreambox) Dreambox) Group3 3- Dreambox) Teacher) Center) Our Blended Learning Plans Mrs. Smith’s Classroom Rotations Ms. Schmidt’s Classroom Rotations
  16. 16. Our Experiences with Blended Learning Here are just a few things that we’ve learned along the way…
  17. 17. Student Experience with Technology Helpful Hint Keep in mind what technology students have access to home. Not every student will have access to a computer, tablet, and/or smartphone at home.
  18. 18. Organization Helpful Hint Assign each student a device.
  19. 19. Accountability Helpful Hint Technology Contract - Have students and parents sing a technology contract that outlines your expectations for technology use.
  20. 20. Headphones Helpful Hint Add headphones to your back to school supply list or ask your PTO to purchase some for the classroom. ! Teach students how to take them out of the computers. ! K-2 students usually don’t like earbuds.
  21. 21. Computers versus Tablets Helpful Hint ! If you have a choice between computers and tablets, ask yourself: What is my purpose for using the technology?
  22. 22. Compatibility of Programs Helpful Hint Test the programs you’d like to use on your device before giving assignments to students.
  23. 23. First Steps to Building Your Own Blended Classroom
  24. 24. Start with what you have!
  25. 25. Scrounge Around for Unused or Under-Utilized Resources
  26. 26. Blended Learning Tools
  27. 27. Free Resources
  28. 28. More Resources 
 (Paid Subscription Required)
  29. 29. What Our Students Think “We use technology everyday. If it’s iPads, computers, or the SMARTBoard, it counts. I like this school because the teachers tell us to never give up and do what’s right for you.” -Samay, 2nd Grade Student “The best thing that I like about Coltrane-Webb is that we get to use lots of technology. On the computers, we use websites like Dreambox and Sumdog for math, RAZ-Kids for reading and Pebble-Go in Science and Social Studies.” ~Tealy, 2nd Grade Student “We are a lucky school to have all of this technology.” ~Ben, 2nd Grade Student “In my class, we use Dreambox. Dreambox is for math. I like it because you’re learning, but you’re having fun and if you get stuck, they help you out.” ~Amelia, 2nd Grade Student We use technology to teach us math and reading and typing and lots more. We use the laptops and iPads each and every day. The students learn a lot at this school.” ~Charlotte, 2nd Grade Student
  30. 30. Questions