Like a blended course, a hybrid course is taught face-to-face by an instructor, but most of the course materials, assessments, and assignments are computer-based. A hybrid course consistently uses less than one hour of on-campus classroom space each week per class credit hour so that the vacated space may be used by other classes. Hybrid courses attempt to maximize the advantages of each mode through face-to-face discussions, debates, case study deliberations, experiments, and lab-work; and online interactive learning activities, reading, research, assessment, and collaborative discussion. .
Campus Curriculum Development can help with hybrid courses! We offer assistance with selecting in-class and online activities, aligning outcomes with assessment, designing interactive learning activities, and I-Learn organization and design. Contact , Campus Curriculum Development
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