What Is a Hybrid Resource
Hybrid Learning Environment
Any environment in which students learn part of the time from home, either digitally online or otherwise unsupervised by a teacher, and part of the time in a standard classroom environment. It can also be a class with half of the students in the classroom and half of the students at home, alternating days, or partially quarantined.
A hybrid model combines face-to-face classroom instruction with online learning, effectively merging the best of both styles of instruction. Hybrid learning incorporates a blend of universal and easy-to-use tools and resources for teachers and students to utilize in the classroom together or individually at home.
A learning resource by Teacher's Discovery that's designed to accommodate teachers and students who are unsure as to where they will be teaching/learning from, or are having their school time split between learning from home and learning in a classroom. These resources can transition seamlessly from "at home" to "in class" and back again, without interrupting the curriculum. If a classroom is split, the students who are at home learn the same material as the students learning in the classroom.
What Does It Take to Be a Hybrid Resource?
For us to consider our resource as truly hybrid, it needed to fit at least five of these criteria:
- • Easily shared with all students in the classroom
- • Can be used exclusively online
- • Easily accessible on mobile devices
- • Accessible in the classroom or at home
- • Can be taught in a classroom with an overhead projector
- • Can be taught using nothing but paper printouts
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