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    1. When in need of help, students reread directions, checkwith Home-Group members (3-4 students who are inschool or at home on the same days), check the digitalPeer Expert Board, and then put their name on the digitalHelp Board

      This is a fantastic idea for building community.

      Facilitate in Google? Allow edits on a Canvas page? What about multiple editors?

      • Google Slides parking lot embedded on the homepage
        • Each student has a slide they edit
        • General questions slide for help requests
    2. review teacher notes and the schedule theydesigned for themselves for the week,

      Students are dictating the pace and the content they're working on. The teacher is helping to curate and interpret those materials as students work through the idea.

    3. Curate an instructional plan forstudents, whether at home orschool, that will addresscognitive, learning style, andcultural differences.

      I don't remember where it was, but someone suggested a 5:1 prep:teach time ratio. Spend far more time prepping (researching, finding resources, etc) than you do actually teaching students verbally so you have several items to incorporate or fall back on.

    4. Students continue working ondifferentiated learning activities.(Remote only? Hold discussionswith half of the class at a time.)

      Sounds like great use of a fishbowl model.

    5. socially-distanced in-school students andat-home students can join

      Use the tools that are available to make the in-person material as accessible as possible to the at home students.

      • iPad as a document camera
      • AirServer to the board, share screen to Meet

      Repeat the sessions on A/B days? One day per week for these sessions?

    6. students may connect and workwith others at home or in schoolvia videoconferencing.

      Could students use breakout Google Meet rooms during their off day to work together? Teachers could facilitate which ones are open at which times for students or rotate into those as the groups (or individuals) in person are working.

    7. Students access an Activity List

      Weekly planning is critical. This helps the teacher provide consistent, supportive instruction and it helps the student regulate their work.

      Having minimesters this term will help students focus.

    8. Time with the teacher “live” shifts to these Small-Group, Mini-Lessons and live discussions whereteachers can engage students in collectively grappling with content.

      Time is spent talking with one another, not a teacher talking at a group of students.

      Separate yourself out of time constraints by providing familiar instruction materials (ie, video) ahead of the small group meeting so the group time is as effective and focused as possible.

    9. Whole-class lessons across video, sometimes called “live streaming,” are not effective -- I won’teven sugar-coat that

      There are too many unknown factors involved in expecting every student, in vastly different home situations, to engage equally in a given situation.

    10. Teachers need to avoid reserving in-school days for lessons andteacher talk, thus, robbing students of the socialization skills they are craving

      When you're together, it's time to listen to what students are saying rather than talking at them even more.

      see Dan Meyer: https://blog.mrmeyer.com/2020/but-artichokes-arent-pinecones-what-do-you-do-with-wrong-answers/

    11. We cannot afford to depend on in-school time for lessons and at-home time only forpractice.

      This is a remnant of the old model of schooling which needs to be foregone in favor of better models, more suited to flexible learning environments.

    12. The key to a successful hybrid learning environment is implementing structures and strategiesthat work as well at home as they do in school, such that learning continues whether at home orat school -- no need for a change in methods with a change in setting

      These should be based on skills students already have or which can be developed independently (or with limited, in person support).

      • How does this align with ECS PRIDE?
  2. Jul 2020
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  4. Mar 2020
    1. Benefits of Hybrid App Development With the Ionic Framework

      Hybrid mobile app development with Ionic guarantees that you have the speed of web advancement alongside the customized client experience that comes through local portable application improvement.

  5. Apr 2019
  6. Mar 2019
    1. So where are all the hybrid applications? You use them a lot, most likely without understanding that no doubt about it "the web". All things considered, that is its magnificence! 

      So where are all the hybrid applications? You use them a lot, most likely without understanding that no doubt about it "the web". All things considered, that is its magnificence!

    1. Learn why Hybrid App Technologies is the right choice in 2019 and which hybrid apps are making huge a name this year? Begin your business startup with the best Hybrid mobile app solution.

      Learn why Hybrid App Technologies is the right choice in 2019 and which hybrid apps are making huge a name this year? Begin your business startup with the best Hybrid mobile app solution.

    1. Here we have depicted 5 best Hybrid app development frameworks in 2018 along with their features, pros, and cons so as to make your job easier.

      Here we have depicted 5 best Hybrid app development frameworks in 2018 along with their features, pros, and cons so as to make your job easier.

  7. Dec 2018
    1. A detailed report on Russia's disinformation campaign based on the data released by Facebook, Twitter, and Google.

  8. Nov 2018
    1. Facilitating Adult Learning Through Computer-Mediated Distance Education

      This is an interesting article to discover the history of adult learning technology in a hybrid setting. The study included both face-to-face and online meetings/assignments.

  9. Sep 2018
    1. City officials can actually help if they go out into the streets and ask real people what actually is going on. Something on blogs and on polls arent true, they dont always speak the truth. If they were to go out to communities and build relationships with people, they would have a clearer understanding of what is going on.

    2. I dont believe some of this, blacks never had a voice during . That time if they were to speak up during that time they would often get punished. Blacks had no say in there freedom, slavery wasn't abolished to help slaves, Abraham Lincoln didn't do it out of the kindness out of his heart.

  10. Mar 2018
    1. Mark Galeotti says he regrets coining the term "Gerasimov Doctrine" for Russia's supposed strategy of hybrid warfare. Gerasimov's speech was actually about how the Kremlin perceives US actions in the Middle East and Europe.

      "There is no denying that the West is facing a multivectored, multi-agency campaign of subversion, division, and covert political 'active measures' by Russia"<br> ...<br> "there is no single Russian 'doctrine'<br> ...<br> "There is a broad political objective -- to distract, divide, and demoralize -- but otherwise it is largely opportunistic, fragmented, even sometimes contradictory. Some major operations are coordinated ... but most are not."<br> ...<br> "more emphasis ought to go on counterintelligence and media literacy, on fighting corruption ... and healing the social divisions the Russians gleefully exploit"

  11. Dec 2017
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  13. Jan 2017
    1. The Kremlin's worldview has been made clear in writing, and in practice:

      • It is a war.
      • It's all one war machine: military, tech, info, diplomatic, economic, cultural, criminal, etc.
      • Information warfare is not mere propaganda. It aims to subvert and destroy truth, reason, and decency.
      • They aim to divide nations, and their citizens.
      • They will use military force, as far as they can get away with it.
    2. This Russia does not aspire to be like us, or to make itself stronger than we are. Rather, its leaders want the West—and specifically NATO and America — to become weaker and more fractured until we are as broken as they perceive themselves to be. No reset can be successful, regardless the personality driving it, because Putin’s Russia requires the United States of America as its enemy.

      Putin's Russia requires the U.S. to be weak. Even better if it's a weakling stupid enough to think Putin is its pal. I'm sure Putin will say lots of nice things about Trump as long as he's getting a piece of the action.

    3. we first need to see the Russian state for what it really is. Twenty-five years ago, the Soviet Union collapsed. This freed the Russian security state from its last constraints. In 1991, there were around 800,000 official KGB agents in Russia. They spent a decade reorganizing themselves into the newly-minted FSB, expanding and absorbing other instruments of power, including criminal networks, other security services, economic interests, and parts of the political elite. They rejected the liberal, democratic Russia that President Boris Yeltsin was trying to build.

      Following the 1999 Moscow apartment bombings that the FSB almost certainly planned, former FSB director Vladimir Putin was installed as President.

    4. President-elect Trump has characteristics that can aid him in defining what comes next. He is, first and foremost, a rule-breaker, not quantifiable by metrics we know. In a time of inconceivable change, that can be an incredible asset. He comes across as a straight talker, and he can be blunt with the American people about the threats we face. He is a man of many narratives, and can find a way to sell these decisions to the American people. He believes in strength, and knows hard power is necessary.

      Trump is, first and foremost, a liar, a narcissist, a would-be tyrant, and -- okay -- a rule-breaker (a cheat). Trump will do what Trump thinks is good for Trump. He doesn't give a shit about America. So far, it looks as though Trump is eager to enrich himself through partnership with Putin. We will most likely have to defeat both of them.

    5. the West is already at war, whether it wants to be or not. It may not be a war we recognize, but it is a war. This war seeks, at home and abroad, to erode our values, our democracy, and our institutional strength; to dilute our ability to sort fact from fiction, or moral right from wrong; and to convince us to make decisions against our own best interests.

  14. Jun 2016
  15. Mar 2016
    1. Often you will need to work closely with technical experts on your campus, not simply as resources, but as co-creators. Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate with staff and faculty across the disciplines in different ways, experimenting and brainstorming in the new vocabulary of DH that accommodates insights and approaches from all fields.

      co-creators

    1. When I saw my students working in this hybrid fashion with the book, I realized that I have shifted into reading much the same way. Audio is for multitasking. Kindle is for quick reading and convenient reading. Print reading is for serious reading and studying.
  16. Feb 2016
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    1. The project of education has been misdirected. Educators and students alike have found themselves more and more flummoxed by a system that values assessment over engagement, learning management over discovery, content over community, outcomes over epiphanies. Education has misrepresented itself as objective, quantifiable, apolitical. - Jesse Strommel, Hybrid Pedagogy. Talk at Western Oregon University 4/29/15

  18. Aug 2015
    1. Flexibility

      Some connection with SAMR, unbundling, “open learning”… With diverse learners whose constraints may affect institutions, there’s a fair bit of talk about new(ish) tech-infused approaches to distance education. As with many other things, not much of it is new. But there might be some enabling phenomena. Not sure how gamification fits, here. Sure, open play could allow for a lot of flexibility. But gamification is pretty much the reverse: game mechanics without the open-ended playfulness.