Aug 14, 2015

5 Lessons from Teaching Online and Hybrid Classes | MediaShift

Sometimes baby steps make learning easier. But not always. I remember getting the email with the news that my web design class was transitioning from traditional face-to-face to hybrid: half the students in the classroom, half online (synchronous).

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