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Hybrid teaching

Through hybrid teaching formats, the experience gained using digital media and online elements can be applied in future teaching, combined with presence teaching. The individual formats can be adapted according to your teaching content and learning objectives. "Hybrid courses" allow students to participate on campus or online (e.g. in the event of illness or quarantine) and, on the other hand, a coherent combination of classroom and online teaching (blended learning).

Courses that are streamed enable simultaneous participation in the classroom or online participation for students who cannot be on site.

Suitable for ...
  • Input-heavy courses
  • Settings with little interaction between teachers and students
  • No or just a few scheduled group activities
  • Time saving especially for input-heavy designs
  • Videos can be edited afterwards and used for long-term purposes
  • Only possible with streaming equipment
  • Solid internet connection required on the part of the students
  • The presence of students in the classroom must be organized (How many students are allowed to physically attend the course?)
  • Please keep in mind that it is challenging for the students who attend the course online to follow attentively for a long time. Hence, you should plan a short activity after approximately 20 minutes of presentation. Suitable activities are reflection questions and/or short surveys, e.g. via mentimeter. All participating students can easily answer these surveys via smartphones/computers.
  • Student questions during the course can be collected easily during the Q&A function of many tooly (e.g. Q&A slide from Mentimeter). This way, all students can see the current questions and you can react to them.
  • In this setting, group work should preferably take place outside the actual course unit. For this purpose, inform the students about the composition of the groups as well as the tasks in advance via MyLEARN so that students can contact each other via teams. The results of the group work can then be discussed in the course.