Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

In this presentation, a process developed while a course was converted from F2F into hybrid (scrambled) format, will be shared and applied. Some stumbling blocks, successes, and feedback from students from a survey and course evaluations will be highlighted. At the outset, it seemed to be an overwhelmingly daunting task to package the content of a 3 lecture credit course into weekly contained modules. After coming up with a systematic process, about half of the content is now taught online with chunked lectures and/or animations, while the other half is still delivered through lecture in class. The third lecture hour is usually dedicated to group work, designed to reinforce online as well as F2F content. Just recently, I learned that this format of a hybrid class, if it is not entirely flipped, is referred to as scrambled.

Participants will come away with:

  • A process to convert a F2F course into hybrid format
  • A comparison of the flipped versus the scrambled format
  • Ideas for online activities (other than quizzes) to hold students accountable, as well as in class activities for the flipped format.

Keywords

hybrid, flipped classroom, student attitude, scrambled course

Audience Focus

Both K-12 and Higher Education

Start Date

7-28-2016 1:45 PM

End Date

7-28-2016 2:45 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Verena Van Vleet

  • Ph.D., Microbiology, University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Since Fall 2004 Associate Professor at NWHSU
  • Since 2011 Director of the Office of Faculty Development
  • 2011 Seventh International Institute for New Faculty Developers, Kennesaw, GA
  • 2006-2011 Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Council (member)

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Jul 28th, 1:45 PM Jul 28th, 2:45 PM

Trying to get a Square Peg into a Round Hole? The Path from F2F to Hybrid

In this presentation, a process developed while a course was converted from F2F into hybrid (scrambled) format, will be shared and applied. Some stumbling blocks, successes, and feedback from students from a survey and course evaluations will be highlighted. At the outset, it seemed to be an overwhelmingly daunting task to package the content of a 3 lecture credit course into weekly contained modules. After coming up with a systematic process, about half of the content is now taught online with chunked lectures and/or animations, while the other half is still delivered through lecture in class. The third lecture hour is usually dedicated to group work, designed to reinforce online as well as F2F content. Just recently, I learned that this format of a hybrid class, if it is not entirely flipped, is referred to as scrambled.

Participants will come away with:

  • A process to convert a F2F course into hybrid format
  • A comparison of the flipped versus the scrambled format
  • Ideas for online activities (other than quizzes) to hold students accountable, as well as in class activities for the flipped format.