Blended Learning Community Group


Blended Learning Community Group

For those participating in the Open SUNY COTE Blended Learning course and others interested in continuing the conversation and sharing what they know about blended learning.

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Started by Shannon Hockwater Jun 12. 0 Replies

THINK & REFLECTI have learned so much regarding online teaching in this module.  I think the most important aspect of this module was considering the challenges.  When putting an online course…Continue

Course Blueprint

Started by Shannon Hockwater Jun 12. 0 Replies

I couldn't find the proper spot to upload this.  I just wanted to make sure that it was posted somewhere!Thanks,Continue

Sticky Notes!

Started by Shannon Hockwater Jun 12. 0 Replies

A little messy, but it's all there!  I love the sticky notes.  This was a great idea!Continue

Milepost #3

Started by Shannon Hockwater Jun 12. 0 Replies

Milepost #3I would utilize activity level blending in my course to either bring in a guest speaker or show a video of a guest speaker to help create a face to face and CM experience.I think all…Continue

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Comment by Shannon Hockwater on June 8, 2017 at 10:37pm

Milepost #2


I most closely identify with “tour guide”, “individual and group mirror”, “social butterfly”, “valve control” and “co-learner” types of teaching.  I need to practice being a better learning r coach and by allowing the students to learn for themselves.  In the past, I have really hand fed the students because I am afraid that if I don’t, they will walk away from the course without the integral information!  Focus questions and discussion questions are helpful methods by which reinforce important topics.  I do always try to provide the students as much feedback as possible, as fast as I can. This might be through grades or via total points accumulated up to that point.  I attempt to stimulate a positive environment when learning in an online course.  I need to work on providing more positive feedback to the students during the course to help the students remain more positive and focused.  I do try to become familiar with each student enrolled in the course via course work, group discussions and the student introductions.  I don’t like to babysit my students.  I will reach out to a student if the student hasn’t participated in a group discussion or submitted course work.  I tend not to support the “Big Brother” ideology by checking log ins, views and usage.  My feeling is that college students should be responsible for their courses!  I do practice valve control in the form of “modules”.  I post all of the information at the inception of the class and direct the students to focus on a certain module of work for the week.  This helps the students stay focused on what is important for the class session, while allowing students who prefer to work ahead to do so.  I do support the “co-learner” ideology.  I try and direct the students during discussion with focus questions or try to bring about a different point of view during class activities. If students seem misdirected or lacking responses, I will try and redirect with specific questions or comments.

Comment by Alexandra M. Pickett on August 17, 2011 at 6:13pm
Comment by Alexandra M. Pickett on August 17, 2011 at 9:47am
twitter stream from the #SUNYblend workshop for #NGLC project blended faculty training August 15-16, 2011.


Comment by Alexandra M. Pickett on August 16, 2011 at 2:09pm

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Comment by Alexandra M. Pickett on August 15, 2011 at 3:05pm
Comment by Alexandra M. Pickett on August 15, 2011 at 1:17pm
Online Assessment Techniques OATs.pdf
Comment by Alexandra M. Pickett on August 15, 2011 at 1:16pm
NGLC Open Course Library /digital materials resources:

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