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How to Use the HyFlex Method to Teach Online and In Person at the Same Time
Faculty and instructors are facing instructional challenges never faced before from having to rapidly move their courses online. They have learned a lot, but have a sense “they can do more!”. Faculty and instructors are also starting to realize not all of their students will be in class or online next year – there will be more “hybrid” teaching which requires a new, flexible approach.

Four takeaways from this webinar:

• Learn how to use this flexible course framework that offers a combination of online, synchronous, and face-to-face options (hybrid) in a course where students are able to choose when and how they attend (flexible).
• Develop successful strategies to engage online and in class students in a single class session.
• Understand how HyFlex options prepare an institution (or program) for any other situation requiring an immediate shift to fully online.
• Learn how assessments for and of learning can work when students are studying the same course in class and online.

Dec 2, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Brian Beatty
Associate Professor of Instructional Technologies @San Francisco State University
Dr. Brian Beatty is Associate Professor of Instructional Technologies in the Department of Equity, Leadership Studies and Instructional Technologies at San Francisco State University. Brian’s primary areas of interest and research include social interaction in online learning, flipped classroom implementation, and developing instructional design theory for Hybrid-Flexible learning environments. Previously (2012 – 2020), Brian was Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Operations at San Francisco State University (SFSU), overseeing the Academic Technology unit and coordinating the use of technology in the academic programs across the university. Prior to 2012, Brian was Associate Professor and Chair of the Instructional Technologies department in the Graduate College of Education at SFSU. He received his Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University Bloomington in 2002.