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Towards blended learning: a case study

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Research paper in Mipro 2015, Croatia

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Towards blended learning: a case study

  1. 1. DI Petri Linna Towards Blended Learning: A Case Study Petri Linna, Harri Keto, Timo Mäkinen Tampere University of Technology, Pori Unit
  2. 2. DI Petri Linna Finland, Pori 6.10.2015 2
  3. 3. DI Petri Linna CONTENTS OF PRESENTATION • Background • CASE – Blended learning – MOOC – Results and conclusions Projects now and future – KASKU-project 6.10.2015 3
  4. 4. DI Petri Linna Background Why blended learning? • Over two years ago: – The need to raise the number of student applicants – The need to get Pori unit economy better – The main campus demanded actions – To get better time and space support for students – Teachers’ own keen on developing things 6.10.2015 4
  5. 5. DI Petri Linna What did we do? 1. Student marketing were permitted blended learning 2. Plans were made move to blended learning In reality • the schedule was very tight (a few months) • co-determination negotiations (lay-offs) • no deep knowledge of the blended learning • resistance to change 6.10.2015 5
  6. 6. DI Petri Linna After two years experiences • The raised numbers of student applicants • The Pori unit economy is better • The main campus is following our fast development • Good time and space support for students • Very good feedback from students (specially math) • Resistance to changes is disappearing • Large development project (KASKU-project) • A lot of video materials The transfer to blended learning has been successful! 6.10.2015 6
  7. 7. DI Petri Linna MOOC • Massive open online courses • Free online course • Usually thousands of students in same course. 6.10.2015 7
  8. 8. DI Petri Linna MOOC - expanding blended learning In our case, there were found four ways to apply MOOCS: 1. A third-party MOOC implemented standard course directly 2. MOOC replaces a standard course for international students 3. MOOC implements a course of which the content is not completely fixed 4. MOOCs or their modules are used as parts of standard course In case was seen that flipped classroom and MOOC together would be promising pedagogical approaches. 6.10.2015 8
  9. 9. DI Petri Linna KASKU-project • Project is focused on four work packages 1. MOOCs opportunities in degree education 2. Local area educational networking and video production 3. Testing new blended learning techniques and pedagogical ways 4. International exchange co-operation 6.10.2015 9
  10. 10. DI Petri Linna KASKU 3. Testing new blended learning techniques and pedagogical ways. Examples developing areas this moment: • ECHO 360, classroom/personal recording system • Wirecast, live editing streaming software • Electronic exam room (24/7) • Camtasia, personal recording software (activity tasks) • Flipped classroom method 6.10.2015 10
  11. 11. DI Petri Linna Open compliments! 6.10.2015 11

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