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How to design and teach a hybrid course : achieving student-centered learning through blended classroom, online, and experiential activities

How to Design and Teach

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Caulfield,Jay

Source:

Stylus Pub., Volume 1st, Sterling, Va., p.251 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1027.23 .C24 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9347115

Keywords:

Blended learning, Lesson planning, Student-centered learning

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: what is hybrid? -- Theoretical applications -- Experiential learning -- Planning your hybrid course: critical questions to consider -- Designing and teaching your hybrid course -- Discussion as a way of learning in a hybrid course -- Providing and soliciting student feedback -- Using small groups as a learning strategy -- Meeting student expectations -- Enhancing teaching through the use of technology -- Interview data -- What students say about hybrid -- What the best hybrid teachers say -- What the best hybrid teachers do -- Concluding chapter -- Conclusion: coming full circle, future research & final reflections.

Publication Language:

eng