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Hybrid Teaching

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Barbara Maestas

on 15 October 2012

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Hybrid Teaching Remember: The content must be presented to students using active learning strategies that engage the learners, through interaction, in constructing an understanding of the concepts, and then assess the level of mastery of the content. Which learning objectives would be better achieved online/out-of-class and which learning objectives would be best achieved face-to-face? What challenges do you anticipate in
using online discussions? What types of learning activities
do you think you will be using for
the out-of-class portion of your
course? How will the work done in the face-to-face
and out-of-class components feed back into and support each other? What means will you use to assess student work
in the face-to-face and out-of-class components? How will you divide the course-grading
scheme between face-to-face and online activities? How will you evaluate the
student workload as compared
to a traditional class? Redesign Questions The Flipped Classroom United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Are you ready for the shift? me The Four Pillars of Education Do not let the technology/multimedia
dog wag the instructional tail. KISS (Keep It Super Simple) Coming in October---
a self-paced, 30-day course in
teaching using the hybrid model. "In the online classroom, there is no place to hide…. And
in that sense, students can become more responsible than
you could ever make them in a face-to-face classroom."
(faculty member, hybrid teaching model, UW-Milwaukee) that Inform Hybrid Course Design Hybrid courses that are carefully designed actually
increase student engagement in their coursework
and interaction with their peers and instructors.
(UW-Milwaukee) “Students who took all or part of their class online performed better, on average, than those taking the same course through traditional face-to-face instruction.” Students who mix online learning with traditional coursework (i.e. blended learning) do even better. (Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies, United States Department of Education) https://howardcc.instructure.com/courses/631414 http://prezi.com/40jvvw-8batf/blended-learning/
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