Varied Approaches
to Effective Hybrid
Instruction
Ensuring Quality and Active Participation
Nancy Risch & Christina Toy
Ca...
Advantages of Hybrid Courses
 Greater success rates
 Flexibility for students (and faculty)
 Classroom space
 Accounta...
Begin with Supplement Course
 Post important course documents:
Syllabus & course schedule
Policies
Handouts & assignme...
Or Revise an Existing Distance
Learning Course
 Is it really working?
 What would you like to change?
 Bring some onlin...
What to Do Online versus On
Campus?
 How does your school define a hybrid?
 What is the most valuable use of your time w...
HUM 160 Introduction to Film
 Online/At home:
Watch films
Write short screening reports (post to DB
prior to on-campus ...
Com 231 Public Speaking
 Online/At Home:
 Post topics, progress
 Reading assignments
 CD-ROM example speeches
 Weekly...
ENG 111 Expository Writing
 Online/At Home
 Write bulk of assignments out of class
 Reading assignments
 Library resea...
ENG 114 Professional Research
and Reporting
 Online/At Home
 Online simulations
 Writing projects/papers
 Research
 S...
Examples of Other Hybrid Courses
Offered at CCC&TI
 Program specific courses
 Biomedical, Nuclear Medicine
 Business: M...
Ensuring Active Participation
 Orientation
 Attendance
 Discussion
 Peer Review
 Assignments
 Tests
Ensuring Quality
 Technical expertise—yours and your
students’
 Administrative and support services
 Assessment
 Class...
Thank you for
attending!
Nancy Risch, nancyr@cccti.edu
Christina Toy, ctoy@cccti.edu
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Varied Approaches to Effective Hybrid Instruction (ppt)

  1. 1. Varied Approaches to Effective Hybrid Instruction Ensuring Quality and Active Participation Nancy Risch & Christina Toy Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute October 2006
  2. 2. Advantages of Hybrid Courses  Greater success rates  Flexibility for students (and faculty)  Classroom space  Accountability for learning  Student engagement  Transition to online learning  Alternative to purely DL
  3. 3. Begin with Supplement Course  Post important course documents: Syllabus & course schedule Policies Handouts & assignments  Post announcements  Include online assignments: Study quizzes Discussion board assignments  Use online grade book
  4. 4. Or Revise an Existing Distance Learning Course  Is it really working?  What would you like to change?  Bring some online components into the classroom  On campus testing
  5. 5. What to Do Online versus On Campus?  How does your school define a hybrid?  What is the most valuable use of your time with the students?  What things can students do on their own?  How can I make the best use of technology?  Do the text/ancillaries give my students what they will need for success?
  6. 6. HUM 160 Introduction to Film  Online/At home: Watch films Write short screening reports (post to DB prior to on-campus meeting) Submit film reviews online (to aid in plagiarism detection)  In Class Discuss films/techniques Watch pertinent film clips Oral presentation
  7. 7. Com 231 Public Speaking  Online/At Home:  Post topics, progress  Reading assignments  CD-ROM example speeches  Weekly speech preparation and delivery tips  Prepare outlines and practice speeches  Practice Exams  On Campus  Orientation  Speeches  Questions  Final Exam
  8. 8. ENG 111 Expository Writing  Online/At Home  Write bulk of assignments out of class  Reading assignments  Library research  Post and read peer essay drafts  Submit essays electronically  On campus  Discuss readings/other material  Peer review workshops/discussion  View videos/DVDs  Tests
  9. 9. ENG 114 Professional Research and Reporting  Online/At Home  Online simulations  Writing projects/papers  Research  Submission/reading of peer drafts  Group work  On Campus  Group presentations  Discussion  Questions  Peer review workshops/discussion  Tests
  10. 10. Examples of Other Hybrid Courses Offered at CCC&TI  Program specific courses  Biomedical, Nuclear Medicine  Business: Math, Finance, Office Systems  Computers: Introduction, Programming, Java  Early Childhood  Paralegal  College Transfer Courses  Economics  Art  Biology  Literature  Math  Spanish
  11. 11. Ensuring Active Participation  Orientation  Attendance  Discussion  Peer Review  Assignments  Tests
  12. 12. Ensuring Quality  Technical expertise—yours and your students’  Administrative and support services  Assessment  Classroom management  Faculty compensation and time  Auditing/Copyright issues
  13. 13. Thank you for attending! Nancy Risch, nancyr@cccti.edu Christina Toy, ctoy@cccti.edu

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