Why just flip your classroom when you can transform it? The re-design of 3 lecture-based and 3 lab-based courses from traditional to hybrid delivery
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) - Education Section
Kansas City, MO
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Hybrid learning is more than the addition of web materials into the traditional classroom; it involves thoughtful integration of face-to-face and online learning, redesigning class structure, and restructuring class time in a manner that fosters a community of inquiry to enhance student learning outcomes. The goal of hybrid instruction is to facilitate active learning while reducing the time students spend in a traditional classroom. Blended instruction entails using a myriad of online and face-to-face learning activities that are aligned with class objectives. This session provides educators with a framework to convert traditional lecture-based and lab-based course content into a hybrid format, providing concrete examples of instructional strategies and course outcomes.
Blackinton, Mary; Galley, Robin; Miller, Tim; Gallichio, Joann; Cherry, Lance; Shaw, Keiba; and Lazinski, Melissa, "Why just flip your classroom when you can transform it? The re-design of 3 lecture-based and 3 lab-based courses from traditional to hybrid delivery" (2014). Department of Physical Therapy Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 317.
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