transition into blended learning

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1. Taking Classroom Training online Flipped Classroom ? Virtual Classroom ? MOOCs / Videos ? E-Learning ? 2. Better use of f-2-f time Learner-centric Ease of Access Difficult to co-ordinate for remote participants Too much of upfront work More suitable for longer courses Flipped Classroom ? 3. Reach remote audiences Cost-effective Live session and interaction experience Limited interactivity with instructor / asking questions More suitable for 1-to-N Archived sessions same as videos except it is sub-optimal quality Virtual Classroom ? 4. Videos can be re-viewed Course Material well laid out in context Scalable Learning outcome is often not very desirable Too much of upfront work Too much of off-line learner time just watching MOOCs / Videos ? 5. Well designed modules Good interactivities Effective learning Not much of hands-on experience All learning is explicitly targeted Learning Experience is not up to the mark Pure E-Learning ? 6. We Recommend . . . Foundational Training Virtual Training Instructor-led-training Activity / Scenario Mentorship Harness the Synergy 7. Blended Pedagogy Learner Concepts Techniques Critical Thinking Reflection Synchronous & Asynchronous Clicks & Bricks Theory & Practice Harness the Power Customize & Leverage 8. Foundational Training Combination of Videos E-Learning modules Slides and online materials Online Interactivities Knowledge Checks / Assessments 9. Virtual Training Virtual Classroom / Webinars Reinforce Concepts Delve deeper Reflections Examples and Applications 10. Instructor-led-Training Face-to-Face portion Designed to be minimal and areas where there are difficulty experienced Some physical interactions 11. Activity / Scenarios Core Activity Sessions Case-study discussions Scenarios / Simulations Games / Role-playing Physical / actual lab work 12. Mentorship Continuous engagement with Mentor / coach Online and Offline Peer groups Informal and Formal mentoring 13. Harness the Synergy Tying it all together Tips for job success Assessment and Certification On-the-job Performance Continuous improvement 14. Executing the approach Analysis Solution Design Execution Blueprint Implementation Ongoing Management Program analysis including expected learning outcomes and content analysis Context analysis - primarily learner and organizational context analysis Business requirements analysis geographical distribution of learners, infrastructure and other issues Decide on the various online learning approaches to be adopted Platforms, tools and courses to be developed Consult with stakeholders and achieve consensus Develop Requirements Specifications for various components that need to be created software tools/platforms, LMS, courses, etc. Identify components that need to be acquired and those that need development Detailed plans for execution and integration of various aspects of the solution Create e-learning modules Videos Presentations and other activity guides Student workbooks Customize and implement Specific learning tools as defined earlier Platforms such as virtual classrooms Set-up a learning evaluation framework Mechanisms for handling maintenance issues Create management mechanisms such as review forums and steering committee for co-ordination 15. Executing the approach Business Requirements Program Learner & Content e-learning courses / videos Develop/customize Platform Standardized ILT/VC material PlatformTools Courses Virtual Classroom Mentornet LMS Connected Moocs Learning measurement framework Steering Committee and Review forum Infrastructure and content maintenance 16. Thank YOU Please Contact Ideaon for more information on Custom e- Learning Solutions 925-270-0007