What is hybrid learning?
Hybrid learning is the integration of tech into the classroom so that the students are learning from both teacher-directed and self-directed methods, with a sense of more online time than in-person time and, in the age of COVID-19, much of the online time happens off-site.
Successful hybrid learning depends upon the shift from the teacher-controlled learning experience to student-controlled learning experience and embraces experiential learning.
While the term “blended learning” is often used interchangeably with “hybrid learning”, the differences between the two methods are of particular importance during school closures. Blended learning is the integration of tech into the classroom so that the students are learning from both teacher-directed and self-directed methods, often in the same physical location and with more balance between in-person and online time than hybrid learning.
Best Practices in Hybrid Learning Experiences
Curriculum design for the mixed format classroom
Designing meaningful synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences
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