Active Teaching and Learning in a Hy-Flex Classroom
2 GO-TO ARTICLES
From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education (Robert B. Barr and John Tagg, Change, November-December 1995)
Active Learning Strategies (University of California, Berkeley, Center for Teaching & Learning)
ACTIVE LEARNING IN A HY-FLEX CLASS
Active Learning in Hybrid and Physically Distanced Classrooms (Derek Bruff, Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University), June 11, 2020.
Active Learning while Physically Distancing (Jennifer Baumgartner, LSU): Google Doc with common active learning strategies
and corresponding approaches appropriate for online teaching in both synchronous and asynchronous approaches.
The HyFlex Flip: Planning for Courses in Fall 2020 (Jose Antonio Bowen, Teaching Naked, June 17, 2020)
SPECIFIC APPROACHES TO THE ACTIVE CLASSROOM
Discussion Boards: A quick “how-to”
The Secret Weapon of Good Online Teaching: The Discussion Board (Flower Darby, Chronicle of Higher Education), Aug. 23,
Rubrics: Examples on how to assess discussion board comments
Fishbowl Discussions (Jeremy Knoll, We Are Teachers, March 18, 2019): Yes, they can easily be adapted to the hy-flex classroom. One group actively discusses and the other group observes, awards points, scores using a rubric, or makes written commentary. Then you switch. If you switch between F2F and online then both groups get a crack at being center stage and you solve some of the microphone and other issues.
Community Building Activities (Equity Unbound – One HE): Short videos describing online community building activities.
WANT MORE? ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Why We’re ‘Speaking Up’ About Inclusive Teaching Strategies (Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy, ACUE, March 14, 2018): Specifically deals strategies for getting “quiet” student to speak in class.