Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 11th September 2014
The Four Stages of Moving from Traditional to Online Teaching
1. Sage on the Stage:
In this stage the teacher takes on traditional lecture-style teaching and hasn’t yet implemented any online or blended learning strategies.
2. Stranger in a Strange Land:
Next, the teacher becomes a Stranger in a Strange Land, as instruction moves to the computer, and the computer becomes the primary instructional tool. At this stage, the teacher is still unsure of how they fit in but is experimenting with and utilizing online tools to enhance instruction.
As the teacher continues to evolve, they enter the Resource stage, and while the computer is still the primary instructional tool, the teacher is comfortable being a resource, answering questions and re-teaching when asked.
4. Facilitator and Initiator of Interventions:
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Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 4th September 2014
50 Shades of Mobile
Smart phones (MLDs)
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Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 13th July 2014
The 70 Best Apps For Teachers And Students
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Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 5th July 2014
How blended learning will change teaching
Like the other responders, I am concerned with the “sustainable higher pay” part on the bottom of the infographic, otherwise, well outlined.
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Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 28th May 2014
Blended Learning: Resource Roundup
4 Tips for Getting to Know the Blended Instructional Model
Tip #1: Kids Aren’t as Tech Savvy as You Think
Tip #2: Be Wary of Online Textbooks and Online Classes
Tip #3: PowerPoint is for Planning Lessons, Not Delivering Lectures
Tip #4: Get Your Students to Communicate with Each Other
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