Meeting 5 KUHS Educational functions supported by IT and Evaluation topics

Meeting 1 What is Blended learning and online learning

Meeting 2 Introduction to Moodle
This meeting introduced an explanation of the Virtual Learning environment ‘Moodle’ and the activity How to realise the selected ideas for changes. Present Matrix and Ebook with IT ideas.

Meeting 3: How to prepare questions and a test in Moodle.

Meeting 4

Meeting 4 The Route Map
This meeting focuses on a pragmatic approach to redesigning your course in Google Classroom. The idea of the Route Map is introduced. Some examples of blended learning options are presented.

Another topic is a short presentation about the Possible Educational functions IT supports. The main functions: 1. Give information or explanations, 2. Support self-study and study in the classroom. Are presented. See meeting 5 for the complete list of educational functions.

Meeting 5 Educational functions supported by IT and Evaluation topics

Examples of (free) online and blended learning primary and secondary education.

In this meeting, the other educational functions of IT are presented:
3. Strengthen preparation of the follow-up study 4. Communication between students and teachers 5. Test and give feedback, and 6. Evaluate your education.
Click here for the complete list of the educational functions which it supports.

Below, you see a picture with the possible educational functions:

The second topic of this meeting is a simple evaluation of the past study year: What aspects will be OK and which need improvement? To support the discussion, a checklist is prepared.

Several organisations have evaluated IT’s use in the online or blended learning study programs organised in the last study year. Teachers, as well as students, were asked to give their opinions about these programs. These studies give an exciting insight into which elements are perceived as necessary by teachers and students.

Below is a summary of the mentioned elements in the evaluation studies. In the last study year, the KUHS has built much experience using IT in education. The KUHS can use the overview to decide how the school would like to proceed with online education or blended learning activities.
 For all elements, the KUHS should decide on the element is:

OK, please continue.OK, but it needs improvements.
Interesting idea; let’s try.No action.

Checklist Elements relevant to the evaluation of Blended learning and online learning programs

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