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  • School For Health Studies Blended Learning Top Ten Tips: Designing a Blended Learning Course
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  • School For Health Studies Thank you University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Learning Technology Center Alan Aycock, Associate Director Amy Mangrich, Instructional Design Consultant Tanya Joosten, Instructional Design Consultant Braddlee, Director of Academic Technology Gail Matthews-Denatale, Asst. Director Academic Technology
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  • School For Health Studies Blended History Community Health Nursing Course Summer I and II Fall Enrollments rising 2005 = 60 students 2006 = 75 students 2007 = 90 students
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  • School For Health Studies Blended Design Best of both worlds Opportunity to teach using many voices Opportunity to hear many voices Constant communication with students Forces sound pedagogical principles
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  • School For Health Studies Top Ten take away messages
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  • School For Health Studies 1. Begin with the Backwards Design
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  • What do I want my students to be able to do? 1. Gather information about the communitys health 2. Connect classroom content with their clinical experience 3. Extend the notion of community health into their nursing practice.
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  • School For Health Studies What evidence will I accept Community assessment project Discussion question participation Weekly quizzes Final clinical project
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  • School For Health Studies Sample learning activities Windshield survey ( gather information) Weekly focused reflections (connect classroom to clinical) Discussion questions (extend notion of community health into practice)
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  • School For Health Studies 2. Decide what goes on-line and what goes face to face.
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  • School For Health Studies Course transformation On-line Content delivery Quizzes and tests Asynchronous discussions Rubrics F2F Higher order learning Complex discussions Introduction to new assignments Apply reading material for class exercises
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  • 3. Build learning communities into the design.
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  • 4. Clear expectations and detailed direction.
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  • School For Health Studies Manage expectations
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  • School For Health Studies Detailed directions for discussion questions Part 1 is due Tuesday by 11:30 pm -3-4 paragraphs Focus on a neighborhood that interests you. (this can be your own neighborhood, the neighborhood where your clinical setting is located, or a neighborhood which is the focus of your final project) Take a good look around your neighborhood, (including buildings, retail food, green space, parks etc.)Describe your neighborhood in about a paragraph and then answer the following questions in your initial posting: How does your neighborhood limit or expand healthy choices as suggested by Dr. Williams? What things in this neighborhood need to be improved to reduce chronic stress, give residents better access to healthy choices, and/or give people a greater control over their lives? Be as specific as possible. Keep in mind that this is a discussion. Read all of your classmates postings and comment on at least 2 others and post your final thoughts by Thursday. Part 2 is due Thursday by 11:30 pm - 1-2 paragraphs Your final thoughts should include something that you learned from your classmates, something that surprised you, a summary, a shared thought, what you consider important about the topic, something that you still wondered about etc.
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  • School For Health Studies Grading Form- Rubric
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  • School For Health Studies 5. Orient students to the course.
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  • 6. Communicate in multiple modes.
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  • School For Health Studies Many communication opportunities! E-learning e-Mail Discussion boards Announcements Post in Modules
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  • School For Health Studies 7. Use a variety of voices.
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  • School For Health Studies Variety Text Video clips Documentaries- PBS Frontline Blogs Journals Discussions PPT Literature Web links Podcasts Wikis
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  • School For Health Studies Blog easy to set up at www.blogger.com Blogs
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  • School For Health Studies Videos
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  • School For Health Studies Video Clips
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  • School For Health Studies 8. Elicit frequent feedback.
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  • School For Health Studies Variety of Assessments Low stakes quizzes In-class assignments (good for attendance) On-line discussions Assignments in assignment drop box Group projects
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  • School For Health Studies Surveys Frequent surveys keep you tuned in to any problems or potential problems Can be addressed immediately
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  • School For Health Studies 9. Present a friendly tone.
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  • School For Health Studies Welcome to class !
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  • School For Health Studies 10. Keep course organization simple.
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  • 10 1/2. The Blended Three Rs.
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  • School For Health Studies Revisit, Review, Revise

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