hybrid teaching

I have taught hybrid classes since 2006.

Students seem to universally enjoy the hybrid experience as they have enough class-time to stay grounded in the course though attendance and face-to-face experience, and yet have additional flexibility around certain assignments and projects. Students particularly enjoyed blogging on course materials. They enjoyed reading the blogs of other students as it gave them more insight into the thoughts of their peers as sometimes students who would be silent in class are, by necessity, more participatory in blogging.

Writing 10, Spring 2014 is a completed hybrid class.  All information (including materials and student blogging) is available at its own site, writing10spring2014.wordpress.com.

There is also an example of hybrid teaching embedded in this website here.

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