What’s Happening in Blended and Online Learning: Innovative Practice and Lessons Learned

ID: 51877 Type: Panel
  1. Susan Poyo, Franciscan University, United States
  2. Leanna Archambault, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, United States
  3. Jayme Linton, Lenoir-Rhyne University, United States
  4. Jean Kiekel, University of St. Thomas, United States
  5. David Schouweiler, Lenoir-Rhyne University, United States
  6. Kathryn Kennedy, Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute, United States

Wednesday, March 28 1:45 PM-2:45 PM Location: Edison B View on map

Presider: Natalie A. Johnson-Leslie, Arkansas State University, United States

Abstract: This panel brings kindred spirits from the field of education to explore and discuss innovative practices targeting both blended and online learning The increase of blended and online courses in K-12 and higher education requires the addition of pre-service and licensed teachers who are amenable and equipped to instruct in a rapidly transforming environment However, there is evidence of a lack of response, particularly in teacher preparation programs, to the changes in current educational practices and policies in online education and the need for online instructors (Kennedy and Archambault, 2012, 2016; Gemin, Ryan, Vashaw, and Watson, 2015; Compton and Davis, 2010; NEA, nd) Experts in the field will examine new and innovative practices implemented to support the development of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) necessary for successful blended and online learning


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