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연계 과학교육의 탐색How do you create a blended science classroom?
Re: How do you create a blended science classroom? [ 스팸메일신고]
보낸 날짜 2009/06/25 목요일 오후 10:47:04
보낸 사람 "charles" <email@example.com>
받는 사람 "Marty Kilroy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
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A blended classroom would be a great tool to use for students who are ill, home bound or any occasion where they cannot be in the classroom. I do agree that hands-on learning is the best tool to learning science. Labs at school provide the student with a teacher that can fill-in the blanks, and assist the students with making solid connections. In addition, the student who is conducting a live experiment is seeing, feeling and hearing the experiment happen. The student is also learning to use the tool correctly, like filling a graduated cylinder accurately. The virtual classroom can be a great tool to reinforce what they learned in the classroom/lab and provide an extra medium in which the students can go back and repeat an experiment numerous times. I plan on using both the lab and virtual lab to help the students make connections and provide a extra means to learning
Middle School Science Teacher
From: Marty Kilroy <email@example.com>
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Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2009 8:13:05 AM
Subject: RE: How do you create a blended science classroom?
I've never taken or taught a blended science class but I would think that
labs would be done face to face. There are some good virtual labs out there
but I don't think you can beat hands-on labs.
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Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2009 7:44 AM
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Subject: How do you create a blended science classroom?
I'm refining a research project on blended science classrooms (blended is
defined as a mixture of online and face-to-face (F2F)). I AM WONDERING
HOW INSTRUCTORS DECIDE WHICH COMPONENTS GO ONLINE AND WHICH REMAIN F2F.
For example, are lectures by vodcast or F2F? Is homework by computer
tutorial or accomplished traditionally? Are labs accomplished virtually
or hands-on? Is class time actually with the instructor in the computer
lab? How often are asynchronous discussion groups and Content Management
Systems used? In short, are you intentional in your use of online vs. F2F
time, and how do you make those decisions?
Thank you for taking the time to help me gather data as to how blended
classrooms are designed and implemented.
UF Educational Technology Ed.D. program