“Designing and teaching hybrid courses: How online instruction can improve your classroom effectiveness”
Alexander Pagnani – April 14, 2011
2pm, 631 Aderhold
Online courses are known to elicit a range of strong reactions from students and faculty alike. Some prefer the ease and convenience of online flexibility, while others bemoan the lack of face-to-face interaction and the potential for technological difficulties. In this session, Mr. Pagnani presents a third option – “partially online” hybrid courses – that he suggests can improve both your students’ learning and your own classroom effectiveness. Using his own prior experiences as a model, Mr. Pagnani shows you how to design and teach a hybrid course, and will explain why this approach may become the future standard in course design.