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Exploring a Hyflex Model of Teaching and Learning

Thursday, March 30, 2-3 p.m.

Online

Hyflex courses use an instructional approach that combines face-to-face and online learning. Students may choose to participate in each class session in one of three ways: face-to-face, online synchronously, or online asynchronously. Regardless of the format, students target the same learning outcomes and each format should offer the same level of engagement. Developed by Brain Beatty in 2019, Hyflex learning environments should align with these core values: learner choice (different modes of participation), equivalence in terms of learning outcomes, reusability (artifacts can be used in all three modes), and accessibility (students have the technology to participate in either mode).

In this session, presenter, Dr. Goodnough, professor, Faculty of Education, will examine: a) the design of Hyflex courses (e.g. assessment and learning activities) such that students are meeting the same learning outcomes regardless of the way they access course information and learning experiences (face-to-face, synchronously, or asynchronously), and b) the affordances and limitations of adopting a Hyflex model.

For more information and to register, please click HERE.

Presented by CITL

Event Listing 2023-03-30 14:00:00 2023-03-30 15:00:00 America/St_Johns Exploring a Hyflex Model of Teaching and Learning Hyflex courses use an instructional approach that combines face-to-face and online learning. Students may choose to participate in each class session in one of three ways: face-to-face, online synchronously, or online asynchronously. Regardless of the format, students target the same learning outcomes and each format should offer the same level of engagement. Developed by Brain Beatty in 2019, Hyflex learning environments should align with these core values: learner choice (different modes of participation), equivalence in terms of learning outcomes, reusability (artifacts can be used in all three modes), and accessibility (students have the technology to participate in either mode). In this session, presenter, Dr. Goodnough, professor, Faculty of Education, will examine: a) the design of Hyflex courses (e.g. assessment and learning activities) such that students are meeting the same learning outcomes regardless of the way they access course information and learning experiences (face-to-face, synchronously, or asynchronously), and b) the affordances and limitations of adopting a Hyflex model. For more information and to register, please click HERE. Online CITL