What Is Hyflex Teaching and How to Do It Well
Part of the LearningRevolution.com 'Survive and Thrive!' Series
Hyflex teaching (teaching in-person and asynchronously/synchronously online all at the same time) is the wave of the future! More schools and institutions of higher learning are adopting this classroom structure – which allows students to choose their learning experience AND their learning environment. In this course, we will review the definition of hyflex teaching, talk about its use in both K – 12 and college/university learning environments, and focus on how to teach an effective, engaging hyflex course. Resources focused on hyflex teaching will also be shared! Join us to discuss the future of flexible online and onsite classroom structures, and the technology needed to create a hyflex classroom.
DATE: Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 8:00 PM UA-Eastern Time (click HERE to see in your own time zone)
LENGTH: 30 minutes
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GINA RILEY (@professorgriley)
Clinical Professor and Program Leader of the Adolescent Special Education Program at CUNY – Hunter College
Gina Riley, Ph.D. is a Clinical Professor and Program Leader of the Adolescent Special Education Program at CUNY – Hunter College. Dr. Riley has over fifteen years experience working with teens diagnosed with learning disabilities and emotional/behavioral disorders. She is also a seasoned academic, with years of teaching, research, and supervisory experience within the fields of special education, psychology, school psychology, and mental health counseling. In addition, Dr. Riley has extensive experience in online education and distance learning at the college/university level. She is known internationally for her work in the fields of homeschooling, unschooling, and self-directed learning. Her books include Unschooling: Exploring Learning Beyond The Classroom (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020) and The Homeschooling Starter Guide (Rockridge Press, 2021).