STREAM: a Flexible Model for Transforming Higher Science Education into Blended and Online Learning

ID: 40441 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Mikkel Godsk, Centre for Science Education, Aarhus University, Denmark

Tuesday, October 22 3:05-3:25 PM

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This paper presents a flexible model, ‘STREAM’, for transforming higher science education into blended and online learning. The model is inspired by ideas of active and collaborative learning and builds on feedback strategies well-known from Just-in-Time Teaching, Flipped Classroom, and Peer Instruction. The aim of the model is to provide both a concrete and comprehensible design toolkit for adopting and implementing educational technologies in higher science teaching practice and at the same time comply with diverse ambitions. As opposed to the above-mentioned feedback strategies, the STREAM model supports a relatively diverse use of educational technologies and may also be used to transform teaching into completely online learning. So far both teachers and educational developers have positively received the model and the initial design experiences show promise.

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