Content and outcomes
How can I as a teacher best utilize a hybrid learning environment in my teaching?
Hybrid teaching opens up new teaching opportunities, such as reaching new student groups and contributing to flexible learning. But for the teaching to work well, the pedagogy needs to be designed in a way that activates and engages students, both on campus and online, and supports collegial learning and collaboration across spatial boundaries.
The workshop focuses on work with hybrid teaching with small groups (less than 40 students).
It begins with a short theoretical part that attends to different forms of teaching in time and space (synchronous/asynchronous; on campus/online) and the consequences that our choices as teachers have in terms of pedagogical design.
The main emphasis in the workshop is then on a hands-on part where you get to design hybrid teaching in your own subject and try out working with this in one of JU's hybrid rooms.
Horizontal aims for Educate activities
The horizontal aims are to empower and enable teachers to solve problems in pedagogical environments, promote and participate in peer learning and co-creation, and expand their pedagogical repertoire to facilitate lifelong learning.
Materials and inspiration
There are currently no extra materials for this activity.