Online Learning Update

July 26, 2020

Can HyFlex Options Support Students in the Midst of Uncertainty?

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am

Brian Beatty, EDUCAUSE

When campuses closed due to the spread of the coronavirus and the threat posed by the COVID-19 illness, faculty who were teaching HyFlex classes were already prepared to teach high-quality, fully online courses. The classic HyFlex (hybrid-flexible) course design model supports both in-class and online students in the same class sections, typically by using a combination of synchronous and asynchronous online participation paths for students who choose not to, or are unable to, participate in traditional classroom instruction.

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