Online Learning Update

February 26, 2021

3 HyFlex lessons from the pandemic and what’s next

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:03 am

Hallie Busta, HigherEd Dive

As the coronavirus pandemic forced college classes online, the highered community was buzzing about an instructional model called HyFlex. As colleges took classes online, some adopted the emerging delivery model that lets students participate on their own terms. But it has limitations.  The concept wasn’t new. In its truest form, HyFlex, sometimes called hybrid-flexible, calls for courses to be created in a way that gives students complete control over how and when to participate, either in-person or online. A small subset of schools was using this format before the pandemic. But the effect of the health crisis on instruction brought new attention to it, as more schools saw its potential to address the uncertainties affecting course delivery.

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