NCVPS/OCS Blended Learning Training


THANK YOU for all your hard work and participation at the NCVPS OCS Blended Learning Training!  We were honored by your enthusiasm and drive to make this innovation a success for your students!  More details to come very soon!
 
 
Here is a link to a Google Docs Tutorial. Look back later for more resources as well.  Click here for Google Tutorial. Please note this tutorial will open in a new window.
 
 
 
Agenda for Make Up Training
 
 
Day 1:  Starting the Engine!
 
Dr. Tracy Weeks, Keynote

Presentation
 

 
Freda Lee, Historical Perspectives
 
Presentation
 

Michelle Lourcey, Leaving the Silos....The Power of Blended Learning

Objective:  Participants with interact with content and with each other to analyze the dynamics of blended learning.

 

Leaving the Escalator
 
 
Did You Know?
 
 
 Wallwisher response to "Did You Know?"
 
 
 
Resources referenced
 

 
Michelle Lourcey and Jennifer Nobles, What is a Pilot and Pilot Process

Objective: To analyze the pilot process, its possible barriers and its successes


 
Education Top Ten!


 

 
Afternoon Rotations

Janice Silver,
Pronto and Wimba




Pronto directions

Wimba Directions


Wimba Getting Ready Guide





Freda Lee, Co-Teaching



Jennifer Nobles and Michelle Lourcey, Blended Learning

Objective:

To experience first hand how blended learning is facilitated in a f2f classroom.

YouTube Video




 Introduction:
Given the materials online and materials/activities you may have in your classroom, how would you teach a lesson on fractions and decimals? Like this video - we’re going to fight off any doubts that it can’t be done and become masters at blended learning!

YouTube Video



Model The Lesson:

Example Lesson Plan


Closing:
Let us know what you think by answering a question using Poll Everywhere (http://www.polleverywhere.com/). You can answer the poll by clicking on the web address below or you can text your  answer to 22333 (see the image below).



 Day 2:  Moving Down the Runway!
 
Morning Rotations

Jennifer Nobles, Algebra I Scenario

Objective:  To discover how the course flows, to plan an Algebra I blended lesson, to discuss the interactions between the two teachers, and to discuss how to manage students in multiple places at one time.

YouTube Video




Get To Know Each Other: 
  Two Truths and One Lie

  • Write two true statements and one false statement about yourself on a post it note.
  • Share your statements with your neighbor.
  • Neighbor tries to determine which is the lie.


The Course:

Google Presentation




Think - Pair - Share:
Think: (10 minutes)
Log into Blackboard here: http://ncvps.blackboard.com
Look through the Unit 11: Measures of Central Tendency lesson. As you’re exploring the lesson, use the student and teacher perspective.


Pair: (10 minutes)
In pairs: Pull up the Example Lesson Plan and discuss how you would plan this lesson. What activities can you add to the online resources? What strategies will you use to teach the content?

Share: (10 minutes)
Discuss how you might would share this lesson plan with the online teacher? How will the co-teaching take place?
Teacher Communication/Co-teaching Document
: click here





CLOSURE:
  WallWisher: Word Up!





YouTube Video



Janice Silver, Biology Scenario

Objective:  To discover how the course flows, to plan a Biology blended lesson, to discuss the interactions between the two teachers, and to discuss how to manage students in multiple places at one time.

YouTube Video


Get To Know Each Other:   Who Am I?
  • The session leader will assign names to each participant.
  • The participant will not know who they are!
  • You are allowed to ask your neighbor 3 questions to determine who you are!


The Course:

Google Presentation



Think - Pair - Share:
Think: (10 minutes)
Log into Blackboard here: http://ncvps.blackboard.com
Look through the Adaptations lesson. As you’re exploring the lesson, use the student and teacher perspective.


Pair: (10 minutes)
In pairs: Pull up the Example Lesson Plan and discuss how you would plan this lesson. What activities can you add to the online resources? What strategies will you use to teach the content?

Share: (10 minutes)
Discuss how you might would share this lesson plan with the online teacher? How will the co-teaching take place?
Teacher Communication/Co-teaching Document
: click here




CLOSURE:
 3 -2 - 1 Survey

Google Spreadsheet Form



YouTube Video






Michelle Lourcey, English II Scenario

Objective:  To discover how the course flows, to plan an English II blended lesson, to discuss the interactions between the two teachers, and to discuss how to manage students in multiple places at one time.

YouTube Video



Get To Know Each Other: 
  Finish The Sentence

  • The best job I ever had was...
  • The worst project I ever worked on was...
  • The riskiest thing I ever did was...

The Course:

Google Presentation



Think - Pair - Share:
Think: (10 minutes)
Log into Blackboard here: http://ncvps.blackboard.com
Look through the Unit 4, 4.3 Propaganda lesson. As you’re exploring the lesson, use the student and teacher perspective.


Pair: (10 minutes)
In pairs: Pull up the Example Lesson Plan and discuss how you would plan this lesson. What activities can you add to the online resources? What strategies will you use to teach the content?

Share: (10 minutes)
Discuss how you might would share this lesson plan with the online teacher? How will the co-teaching take place?
Teacher Communication/Co-teaching Document
: click here



CLOSURE:  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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YouTube Video



 
Afternoon Rotations

Janice Silver, Communication

YouTube Video


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YouTube Video



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Google Presentation



DLAs can log into the registration system to enroll students, using the following link:
Registration System Login

DLAs can view the registration system manual here: Registration System Manual

DLAs can view registration videos here: Registration System Videos

NCVPS Calendar: Fall 2010



 

 

 

 

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