Webinar: Returning to the College Classroom: Is Hybrid Teaching Here to Stay? – Feb 11
Posted by Inside Higher Ed on January 26, 2021
The traditional, campus classroom has always posed challenges for students—work schedules competing with class schedules, inclement weather, family responsibilities, illness-forced absences, or learning differences. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the rise of new learning models that finally offer flexibility for students and faculty alike. As we emerge from the pandemic, and colleges and universities look to a “new normal” on campus, they are likely to find that many of the accommodations developed to support hybrid or remote learning will have a permanent place in the future of teaching and learning. In this webinar, experts from Colorado State University and Saginaw Valley State University will share their experiences in developing models that ensured continuity of instruction– whether on campus, hybrid or remote – and how the pandemic will forever re-shape their approach in the future.
Date and Time: February 11, 2021, 2:00 PM
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