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Hybrid Course Activities

This Prezi provides you, the Hybrid course instructor, with learning activity ideas to incorporate into your on-campus class time. Click around or use the arrows to explore!
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Kristen Ferguson

on 17 March 2015

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Transcript of Hybrid Course Activities

Hybrid Course
Idea Generator

The following presentation offers you some activity ideas for your
hybrid course.
Hybrid Course
Activities

Seminar/Discussion
Format

Google Document
Wiki

Interviews
Students
interview
someone
on the topic
Library Work
Give students a dedicated block of time to prepare a report or presentation
Lecture +
Assessment

Think. Pair. Share.
Contemporary
Analysis

Give students a
prompt
(article, reading, blog, etc.)

Students will
analyze
it in light of what they have learned.
Concept Questions
Discussed in
Small Groups
. Followed by
Mini Lectures
.
Case Studies
Develop a
well-rounded
case study as well as all the elements for the assignment before students arrive on campus
Partial Conference
Q&A Session
Students submit questions
in advance
online

Instructor
preps
which he will address

Address questions during
on campus
time
Part Group Project
Team papers in a limited on campus time
Debate a Topic
Students take different sides
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Turn the classroom time into a

conference
:
Assign topics
that students must present early on. Then they can discuss or present their work on campus.
The conference can have an
application focus
or any type of focus.
If it is a large class, you can do
multiple presentations
and let students pick.
Micro Lectures
10-15 min
Lightning
Presentations
1-5 min
Peer
Feedback
Presentations
Q&A
Peer Critique
Do quizzes and/or exams before coming to campus to assure knowledge
Use a block of on campus time for seminar or discussion
Block out
time
for completing the case study during on campus portion of course
Wiki
: a
collaborative
resource
Collective Concept
Map
Collective Resource
File
Collective Outline
Collective Notes
Student present a summary of the interview
and have 3 or 4 more questions prepared to
ask the class.
Don't forget to block out time!
Students collaborate
online
before the on campus time
While on campus, they can
finalize
their debate prep
Facilitate the debate on campus
They can quickly research and present their topic as a...
Commercial
Newscast
Editorial
Sermon
Story
Assign a collaborative group paper that will be turned in at the end of the course
Students can use the library time to meet with their group, discuss an outline and do research
Divide paper into parts. Assign each person in the group a part.
Part
Meet to Discuss
Part
Research
Part
Bring It Together
Part
Presentation
On the Muddiest Point
One Sentence Summary
Brain Dumps
Reflection Papers
etc.
Ask a Question
Break into Groups
for Discussion
Get Feedback and
Mini Lecture
Take 10-20 Minutes
Per Topic
Develop and plan out your discussion questions in advance
Verbs to Use:
Apply a Rule

Classify

Define

Describe

Interpret

Order
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