Tuesday, November 6, 2012

WHY BLENDED LEARNING? (PART TWO - MULTIMEDIA)


This is the second of a five-part series that answers the question, "WHY BLENDED LEARNING?"

Teachers… are you asking these questions? 

1)   How can I post class work, lessons, and resources for my students to access online?
2)   How can I incorporate more multimedia (video, audio, flash) into the daily learning?
3)   Is there a place where students can submit work and I can assess their learning… entirely online?
4)   How can I differentiate my instruction and inspire collaboration to meet the needs of all of my students?
5)   Is there something I can use to help students build an electronic portfolio?

BLENDED LEARNING
may be the answer...



The LMS allows teachers to work with video, audio, interactive objects from the OERB, presentations, and images seamlessly with the enhanced editing tool.

Students may also upload multimedia into online dropboxes.


                       Download the Printable version and to learn how you can start.

3 comments:

chad said...

The thing I like about blended learning is that help is only an e-mail away. If I ever have a problem with the program it is my students who are the ones to jump in and assist. It really helps them to see that it is okay to make mistakes.

The students love seeing current videos posted that are related to the curriculum. They can stop and review them as many times as they like without being embarrassed.

Thanks for making this available,

Chad

chad said...

The thing I like about blended learning is that help is only an e-mail away. If I ever have a problem with the program it is my students who are the ones to jump in amd help. It really helps them to see that it is okay to make mistakes.

The students love seeing current videos posted that are related to the curriculum. They can stop and review them as many times as they like without being embarrassed.

chad said...

The thing I like about blended learning is that help is only an e-mail away. If I ever have a problem with the program it is my students who are the ones to jump in and assist. It really helps them to see that it is okay to make mistakes.

The students love seeing current videos posted that are related to the curriculum. They can stop and review them as many times as they like without being embarrassed.


Thanks for making this available,

Chad