Scaffolding Online & Blended Learning in the Higher Ed Classroom

Scaffolding Online & Blended Learning in the Higher Ed Classroom

I presented an institute on Online and Blended Learning at SCSU that focused on the theory and “nuts & bolts” of building online learning environments to support learners in higher education.

In this post I am openly sharing my materials for the session. These materials include my three presentations decks, one for each of the three segments of the larger workshop. I am also sharing the Google Doc we’ll use as a backchannel during the session. This document is open for editing to the public. The Google Doc is important as it will provide opportunities to document discussion during the session…and in follow-up meetings.

Segment # 1: Scaffolding students in hybrid, blended, & online learning environments

Click here for presentation deck

This segment will focus on:

  • Defining online learning environments
  • Identifying spaces for hybrid, and blended learning
  • Best practices in modifying instruction across traditional and digital spaces

Segment # 2: Modifying pedagogy across digital, asynchronous learning spaces

Click here for presentation deck

This segment will focus on:

  • Technology, pedagogy, and content area knowledge
  • Negotiating synchronous and asynchronous learning
  • Pressing pause on learning to make space for cognition and reflection

Segment # 3: Constructing & digitizing teaching & learning materials

Click here for presentation deck

This segment will focus on:

  • Creating and annotating images and screencaptures
  • Creating and sharing recorded lectures or screencasts
  • Open educational resources to supplement student learning

Supplemental materials

Hybrid & blended learning: Modifying pedagogy across time, place, path, & pace

Literacy instruction & learning in virtual, blended, & hybrid learning environments

Screencaptures & screencasts in education, assessment, & research

Allow it to be YourTube: Planning, recording, & sharing video content online

 

 

 

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Cover photo by ndanger https://flickr.com/photos/ndanger/2744507570 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license


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4 Comments Scaffolding Online & Blended Learning in the Higher Ed Classroom

  1. Ian O'Byrne

    Great question +Kieran Mathieson. I’m having that issue right now. They used a video capture/conference software that’s making it tough to share out the video of the session. I’m trying to hack the system and get it up to YouTube as we speak. 🙂

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