The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching have collated a range of resources linked to Hybrid teaching (where students are online and in a physical classroom with the teacher at the same time). These resources were developed by staff to support their peers who need to teach classes in hybrid mode. The staff included in the videos are experienced in teaching this way and are happy to share their ideas but wish to indicate they are still learning and developing their approaches.
Synchronously delivering topic activities (tutorials/workshops/seminars) to students who are both in the room with you and to students who are attending via web conferencing, where all participants are interacting as a single group.
Synchronously facilitating activities requiring students to work in groups comprising students in the room and students who are attending via web conferencing. A session may be divided into periods where students are working as a class, and periods where students are working in groups, or the entire session could be devoted to group work.
Below you will find a series of short videos on four aspects of hybrid teaching with Associate Professor Bert Verhoeven from the College of Business Government and Law.
The video below provides tips from a range of presenters across key colleges covering:
While this video, includes excellent teaching tips for Hybrid classes it does not reflect the experience of attending one. Rather, it presents the experience students may have when watching a hybrid session they have not been able to attend.
In the following video, Mai Ngo from the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences demonstrates how she engages students in hybrid sessions in more detail.
In the following video Jessica Genauer from the College of Business, Government and Law provides further insights into her tips on hybrid teaching.
The Tip sheet – Running hybrid classes may provide further insight into ensuring your sessions are successful.
These materials add to the CILT collection of resources, which is continually growing and being updated. If you have a resource or experience you would like included or if you wish to provide feedback on the existing material, please let us know by contact the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, (email@example.com).
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