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"Changing Delivery Methods, Changing Practices: Exploring Instructional Practices in Face-to-Face and Hybrid Courses" icon

Changing Delivery Methods, Changing Practices: Exploring Instructional Practices in Face-to-Face and Hybrid Courses

In this paper researchers investigate the ways in which redesigning a course to be delivered in a hybrid format that blends face-to-face and online course delivery instigated changes in instructional practice. In addition, researchers explored instructor perceptions about the relative strengths and weaknesses of teaching a face-to-face versus hybrid course. Analyses of self-reported instructor practices with respect to seven principles of effective instruction in undergraduate education suggest that integrating face-to-face teaching with online learning provides an opportunity to enrich instructional activities and pedagogical practices. Practical implications for instructors and suggestions for future research are also described. En este documento los investigadores estudian las formas... Show More
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