Blended Learning In UiTM - The Academic Affairs Division

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Blended Learning In UiTM - The Academic Affairs Division
Blended learning in UiTM
Nor Aziah Alias
Today’s agenda
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2
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Demostrate to use the i-Learn portal for
blended learning.
Identify what, why, how and when UiTM need for
blended learning
Describe the e-learning initiatives in UiTM
E-learning in UiTM
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• Members of the university use e-learning as a
platform to complement, enrich and improve
teaching and learning process.
• The Vice Chancellor is championing e-learning
• Reward and compensation for e-module
content and system developers
i-Learn Usage (%)
80
72.1
70
62.4
59.5 60.1
60
50
48
46 46.4
40
30
20
10
0
Kampus Shah Alam
2011
Kampus negeri dan
cawangan
Mac-Mei
Jun- Sep
Semua
Lecturers (by campus)
100
95.8
95.6
88.4
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
83.7
80.1
79.6
75.5
71.7
67.9
65.7
54.1
46.4
43.6
Students (by campus)
99.4
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
96.6
95.6
95.4
94.7
93.1
92.8
92.6
92.5
91.6
90.9
86.3
76.8
Training of Lecturers
2000
1785
1800
1650
1600
1400
1305
1200
1000
1178
1210
1256
2009
2010
2011
993
877
800
600
400
200
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2012 ( Mac September)
Training of Students
10000
9457
9000
8000
7000
6000
5501
5722
5000
4000
2890
3000
2000
675
1000
0
0
2005
2006
1013
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012 ( Mac September)
i-Learn initiatives
for managing e-learning
Culture
Communication
Compensation
• Provide a pull rather than a push
Champion
Blended Learning Initiative
Started in 2009..
• Envisioned by
Chancellor
the
Vice
• Initially 30% of total courses
of various programs
conducted online
• 30 -80% online (Dasar
ePembelajaran
Negara)
• Instructions from Academic
Affairs Division
– 50% Diploma programs
conducted online
– 30%
Degree
programs
conducted online
Compensation
JKE 06/2012
Compensation
JKE 06/2012
• Pengajaran bersemuka
(EDU 702 – 18 pelajar)
• Kuliah bersemuka : 3
jam
• KS = 3, PS = 1.5
• Jumlah ATS: 4.5
• Pengajaran blended (EDU 702 –
18 pelajar)
• Kuliah bersemuka : 2 jam
• Kuliah dalam talian : 1jam
• KS = 3, PS = 1 +1,
• Jumlah ATS: 5 jam
• ATP diberi untuk tahun pertama
pengajaran blended dijalankan
Blended Learning
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WHAT?
WHY?
HOW?
Blended Learning
Blend delivery mode, media and
instructional strategies
maximize the benefits of
face-to-face
(class time)
maximize the benefit of
online methods/technology
delivery methods (web)
WHY?
- To cater for 200,000
students
- Reduce face-to-face
Contact Hours
- Reduce/Control
appointment of new
lecturers
Teaching
digital natives
A simple why….
Learner expectations….
…….posted on i-Learn Centre
UiTM's timeline
"Whats the use of ilearn if
lecturers themselves do not practice
it and are always not up to date. Is
this uitm standard I wonder.“
salam dato,knp skrg bnyk lecturer tidak memanfaatkan i-learn sbg
medium perantaraan mengajar? susah kalo nk brgantung kpd buku
saja, sy dari uitm penang, bkn nk mgharap nota dari lecturer 100%
memandangkan sy student degree, tp kalolah banyak lecturer
mengupload nota2 penting dlm i-learn tu ade jugak fungsi dia drp
membiarkan sistem tu kosong. selain tu students jgk boleh
membandingkan nota2 antara lecture dari kampus2 lain serta blh
tambah nota rujukan. wktu sy semester 1 dahulu,sy suka belajar nota2
dr i-learn, dh la banyak,tp skrg i-learn dh mcm kosong.
Another one..
Think of the Advantages
Flexibility of space
Self-learning – self
directed
Increase student
accountability of
their own learning
Flexibility of time
Individual time
communication
Learning occurs
360-degree
Interactive,
constructive and
cooperative
engagement
Reduce inhibition
of students
Student
involvement can
be tracked
BL Models
MODEL A
Within the same week
2 hr Lecture session
(Face-to-face)
MODEL B
Week 1
4 hr Lecture session
(Face-to-face)
Week 2
2 hr Online session
(Online)
4 hr Online session
(Online)
Implementation in an OBE curriculum
• Faculties/branches can opt for a model.
• Selected activities related to certain Learning
Outcomes can be carried out online.
– (Possible to make some adjustments to the way it is being
implemented as well as to the learning outcomes to
accommodate the online session)
Blending..How?
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Why do we blend?
What do we blend? Instructional strategies, media, delivery modes?
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How do we blend strategies? Lecture, demo, online
discussion, simulation, games, problem based, resource
based?
How do we blend media? Print, digital, multimedia?
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How do we blend modes? F2F, online, offline self-learning?
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Blending..How?
Blending..How?
Start by looking at the learning outcomes
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Identify what can be done best online; develop
materials to support
Create the learning path and make it visible to the
learners; assess each
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Pedagogy and systematic design
Example:
Research Methodology (CO1)
F2F - lecture,
case discussion
• Intro to
research
• What is
research
• Why research
• Rationale
• Justification
F2F– lecture,
discussion,
critical analysis,
SDL, Online
discussion
SDL, online
discussion,
interview
• Defining the
problem
• Problem
statement
• Research
purpose
• Research
questions
• Hypotheses
• Limiting the
research
• Operational
Definitions
• Limitations
and
Delimitations
Physical classroom
Physical classroom
Virtual classroom
Virtual classroom,
real world setting
PPT slides, handouts,
textbook
PPT slides, textbook,
documents/cases
E-books, e-learning
materials, textbook
E-books, e-learning
materials, textbook
• Outline of
‘chapter 1’
• Quiz 1 -online
Supporting Blended Learning
Open
Educational
Resources
(OER)
Web 2.0
tools
Learning
videos
Learning
objects
Web
conferencing
User ID: MARA01try
Password: MARA12345
i-Learn
LMS
Integrating i-Learn LMS
EXAMPLE 1
EXAMPLE 2
EXAMPLE 3
EXAMPLE 4
Use to supplement
in class instruction
Lecturer uploads
notes , references
and other resources
with no activity
linking to what
transpires in class
Use as a
complementary
support (also blend)
for in class instruction.
Lecturer places notes,
references and other
resources with active
links to in class
activities.
The discussion forum
is utilized but no
change to F2F meeting
time
Use a blended
learning support
platform. Lecturer
places notes,
references and
other resources
with active links to
in class activities
and assessments
The discussion
forum is fully
utilized. F2F
meeting is reduced.
Use as the main
support for learning
and instruction
Learners meet once
a month
All course content ,
resources,
assessments and
communication are
available on and
done via i-Learn
Forum
Learner initiated
Keeping in touch
Post higher order questions
Require learners to interact and
be active
• ONLINE TASK
– Find 5 articles related to your research problem – store and manage
your articles in Mendeley
• Read the abstract
• Map out the literature – use a mind mapping software such as
freemind
– Post your literature map
• Further action
– Summarize each study in an “abstract” that highlights important
elements
– Identify each article’s contribution to the study
– Choose the most relevant ones
– Write your review ( in a paragraph) and post it in the course
forum before November 14, 2012
• Read your friends’ reviews and give your comments
Engaging learners..
Screencasting using Jing
http://screencast.com/t/YKtfuoeuVy9W
BL &
Open Educational Resources (OER)
COURSERA
BL & Web 2.0 tools
Primary Pad
PRESENTATION TUBE
JING
WALLWISHER
Socrative
Web 2.0 and Bloom’s
Source: http://zaidlearn.blogspot.fr/2012/
Monitoring and Tracking Blended
Learning
Guidelines and Responsibilities of Lecturers
Actively using the interactive module in the i-Learn portal
Fulfilling online hour(s) per week per semester requirement
which is equivalent to the actual discussion based session
Queries or discussions require prompt responses within 48
hours
Among the suggested online activities:
• Learning material distribution
• Discussion/guidelines on coursework/assignments
• Conducting online quizzes
• Weekly topical discussion prepared by the lecturers
• Group academic discussions
• Students’ general Q&A session
• Discussion on past quizzes, test answers and assignments
• Submission and grading of assignments
• Distribution or announcement of marks for quizzes, tests and other evaluation
Monitoring - Tracking Module for
Lecturers
Tracking Module for Lecturers
Tracking Module for Lecturers
Monitoring - Tracking Module for
Dean/Director
Monitoring - Tracking Module for
Dean/Director
Monitoring - Tracking Module for
Dean/Director
Monitoring - Tracking Module for
Dean/Director
Monitoring - Tracking Module for
Dean/Director
A word of caution….
•E-learning means connecting the
learners to you and content
knowledge even when you are not
around
•E-learning materials do not mean highend content with audio, videoclips on
every ’page
•Blending does not mean you are
spending less time ”teaching”
•Blending does not mean learners are
on their own and do not expect your
prompt feedback
Teaching in the 21st century
i-learn BL Tour 2013
Please make time for us..
Thank you
Questions?
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