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Introduction of a Blended Learning Program

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  • 1. Introduction ofa Blended Learning Program by Leslie Simonfalvi International Teacher Training & Development College Comenius Conference Vienna 23rd June, 2006

2. Definition Map of Blended Learning As I See It Blended Learning 3. Definition Map of Blended Learning As I See It A blend ofpeer-learning ande-learning Blended Learning 4. 5. blended 6. blended combined or mixed together so that the constituent partsare indistinguishable 7. blended combined or mixed together so that the constituent partsare indistinguishable

  • integrated
  • amalgamated
  • merging

8. blended combined or mixed together so that the constituent partsare indistinguishable

  • integrated
  • amalgamated
  • merging

Peer-learning and homejoyare blended together into a joyful learning journey with no stress and no risks. 9. blended combined or mixed together so that the constituent partsare indistinguishable

  • integrated
  • amalgamated
  • merging

Peer-learning and homejoyare blended together into a joyful learning journey with no stress and no risks. The constituent parts are each others Figure andGround as in Gestalt Psychology 10. What we blend

  • peer-learning with e-learning
  • classroom teaching with e-teaching
  • classroom time with individual time
  • classroom space with individual space
  • classroom psychology with e-mentoring
  • classroom-management with self-management and
  • with knowledge management
  • different study materials

11.

  • Blended Learning
  • Component Blends with separate delivery
  • channels; keyword: HAVE
  • Integrated Blends with a mutually
  • supportive structure; keyword: TAKE
  • Collaborative Blends with a mutually
  • supportive peer-learning group;
  • keyword: BRING
  • Expansive Blends with direct channels into
  • using what we have learned in our fields of
  • profession; keyword: USE

12. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G 13. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly micro-teaching, nano-teaching, and pico-teaching in a dynamic relationship. 14. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly micro-teaching, nano-teaching, and pico-teaching in a dynamic relationship. It is more on the micro-macro borderline in a more static relationship. 15. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly micro-teaching, nano-teaching, and pico-teaching in a dynamic relationship. It is more on the micro-macro borderline in a more static relationship. We never teach anything with itself. 16. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly micro-teaching, nano-teaching, and pico-teaching in a dynamic relationship. It is more on the micro-macro borderline in a more static relationship. We never teach anything with itself. We teach everything with the help of everything we have taught before. 17. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly active that is fast developing towards the proactive. 18. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly active that is fast developing towards the proactive. Mainly reactive that is steadily developing towards the active. 19. e-Teaching vs Teaching Face-to-Face e- T E A C H I N G T E A C H I N G Mainly active that is fast developing towards the proactive. Mainly reactive that is steadily developing towards the active. Both constituents need a heavy focus on learning how to learn. 20. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME 21. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited

22. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited
  • rigid

23. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited
  • rigid
  • precious

24. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited
  • rigid
  • precious
  • often

wasted or lost 25. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited
  • rigid
  • precious
  • more

flexible but equally precious

  • often

wasted or lost 26. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited
  • rigid
  • precious
  • more

flexible but equally precious Time is not just money.

  • often

wasted or lost 27. e-Learning Peer-Learning TIME

  • limited
  • rigid
  • precious
  • more

flexible but equally precious Time is not just money. It is more than money since it cannot be replaced.

  • often

wasted or lost 28. e-Learning Peer-Learning SPACE 29. e-Learning Peer-Learning SPACE

  • the lesson

is in a multimedia library 30. e-Learning Peer-Learning SPACE

  • the lesson

is in a multimedia library

  • individual

spaces with great diversity 31. e-Learning Peer-Learning SPACE

  • the lesson

is in a multimedia library

  • individual

spaces with great diversity

  • on the

reality side of the Reality Virtual Reality borderline 32. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY 33. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development 34. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development

  • quasi-

humanistic psychology of e-mentoring 35. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development

  • quasi-

humanistic psychology of e-mentoring

  • unconditional

positive regard 36. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development

  • quasi-

humanistic psychology of e-mentoring

  • unconditional

positive regard

  • empathic mirroring

37. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development

  • quasi-

humanistic psychology of e-mentoring

  • unconditional

positive regard

  • empathic mirroring
  • congruence

38. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development

  • quasi-

humanistic psychology of e-mentoring

  • unconditional

positive regard

  • empathic mirroring
  • congruence
  • caring and sharing

39. e-Learning Peer-Learning PSYCHOLOGY

  • humanistic

psychology of facilitating learning and development

  • quasi-

humanistic psychology of e-mentoring

  • unconditional

positive regard

  • empathic mirroring
  • congruence
  • caring and sharing
  • self-directedness

40. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY 41. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred 42. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • humanistic

43. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • humanistic
  • tailor-made

44. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • humanistic
  • tailor-made
  • comes before

gadgets 45. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • humanistic
  • tailor-made

More

  • prescriptive
  • comes before

gadgets 46. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • humanistic
  • tailor-made

More

  • prescriptive

partly

  • descriptive
  • comes before

gadgets 47. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • humanistic
  • tailor-made

More

  • prescriptive

partly

  • descriptive
  • learner-

centred

  • comes before

gadgets 48. e-Learning Peer-Learning PEDAGOGY Mainly

  • person-

centred

  • communicative
  • humanistic
  • tailor-made

More

  • prescriptive

partly

  • descriptive
  • learner-

centred

  • comes before

gadgets 49. e-L

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