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Evaluating, Selecting,and Maximizing hardware in a blended learning environment

Evaluating, Selecting,and Maximizing hardware in a blended learning environment

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This lesson provides students with the ability to conduct an environmental scan of the available hardware within the teaching environment for a blended learning approach

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Evaluating, Selecting, and Maximizing Hardware in a Blended Learning Environment

Source: Digital Access Key Image; Morgue File; http://mrg.bz/xJqkIW; Project Red Image; Project Red Website; http://bit.ly/15fPMmp

Notes on "Evaluating, Selecting, and Maximizing Hardware in a Blended Learning Environment"

(00:00-00:13) Intro

(00:14-00:24) Objectives

(00:25-06:32) Project Red Planning Tool

(06:33-08:28) Needs Assessment

(08:29-09:19) Project Red Cost Comparison

(09:20-09:34) Review

(09:35-10:20) Reflection

Additional Resources

Godfrey-Lee Public Schools Technology Plan

This plan can be used to help guide your questions as you plan for technology integration with the following questions in mind: what hardware and software will we select and how? What is our goal with curriculum? What are our fiscal constraints? How will we communicate our plan to our parents? You may find this plan helpful as you work on your touchstones for this competency.
http://tech.godfrey-lee.org/uploads/6/1/2/2/6122679/gl_tech_plan_2012-15.pdf


5 Examples of Blended Learning Success 

This article from Project Red includes examples of successful blended learning in schools across the country. In addition, the article connects blended learning with competency based education as defined by the Clayton Christensen Institute.
http://www.projectred.org/latest-news/195-5-examples-of-blended-learning-success.html
Full article here: http://www.eschoolnews.com/2014/06/03/blended-learning-competency-826/