Experimenting with Technology in the Classroom: Hybrid Learning Strategies
Explore new strategies for enhancing student learning in a fun and creative workshop for instructors who would like to understand how to use technology effectively in their courses. A $100 stipend will be provided for those who attend the entire workshop..
DATE: Tue & Wed, August 13 & 14
TIME: 9:30 am - 2:30 pm (light breakfast and lunch provided)
PLACE: AS 120 (Academic Technology Center / Lab)
- Blended or hybrid learning refers to an instructional delivery mode which is conducted partly online and partly face-to-face. This delivery mode is one of the fastest growing and most successful instructional models to deliver flexible learning options for today’s learners.
- In order to assist faculty who may want to experiment with the hybrid or blended instructional mode, ITSS will be offering a two-day workshop on redesigning a course to a blended or hybrid format.
- The workshop will include a best practices presentation, an intro to the myriad of tech tools available, and an assignment of an instructional designer who can support your ongoing course redesign process throughout the year.
- Everyone is welcome; however, space is limited.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have time, consider watching Prof Michael Wesch’s presentation “The Machine is (Changing ) Us: YouTube and the Politics of Authenticity” for our current mediascape.
Organized by Leslie Kennedy, Ed.D. and Teri Yamada, Ph.D.