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Teaching Hybrid or Online
The definition of online learning has confused educational professionals everywhere. The reality is that many of us are already practicing some form of online learning and we may not realize it. Here is how Wentworth defines hybrid and online:
What are the differences between f2f and hybrid/online?
Basically, In simple terms, an online course is one that is offered entirely online, via the Web and its associated technologies. A hybrid course is an optimal blend of online and face to face components.
- Differences between f2f and hybrid/online teaching
- Wentworth's Online Course Design and Development Worksheet
Wentworth’s design for hybrid and online course
Here at Wentworth, we have developed Blackboard templates to help you get started when designing and developing your online/hybrid course. These templates are based on best practices outlined by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC).
- College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) Online Course Template
- Online Module Template
- Online Course Development Rubric
- Components of a Good Online Course
Teaching with Technology
Teaching with technology isn’t just about staying current on the latest tools, it’s about knowing how to successfully incorporate the best tools into your teaching, but only when it makes sense. As an online instructor, you determine the right balance.
- Faculty Focus – Teaching with Technology
- How to Make a YouTube Webcam Video
- 50 Educational Technology Tools
Best practices for teaching online and hybrid classes
Faculty Focus is a resource for developing effective teaching strategies, instruction, and curricula. With nearly 7 million students taking at least one online course, understanding best practices for teaching online is critical. So, what do I need to know to get me started teaching online? Here at Wentworth, Faculty Focus is one of our major resources.
Flipping Course Content
Are you thinking about making your class time more problem-based? Do you want to teach your students to be more critical thinkers? The flipped classroom is a model in which the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed. Short video lectures are viewed by students at home before the class session, while in-class time is devoted to exercises, projects, or discussions.
- Flipping the Classroom
- Four Tips for Flipping Learning
- How to Prepare Your Students for a Flipped Class
Resources for teaching online and hybrid courses
There is an abundance of online resources available to faculty who wish to learn about teaching online and hybrid courses. We are confident that you will find these resources to contain strategic solutions to your course design and development.