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Preparing to Teach in a Flexible Hybrid Environment

Student sitting at desk in libraryWelcoming

Welcoming your students to your class is something instructors do automatically in face-to-face teaching environments. Synchronously, you can welcome your students to your initial live session. However, in the asynchronous components of your course, you will need to introduce yourself more deliberately, through text and media.

Asynchronous

Synchronous


Orienting

Students will need your help in understanding the online components of the course. Where can they find content? How do they access the Live Session?

Asynchronous

Synchronous


Connecting

An essential component of student success will be the creation of a learning community. How can students connect with you and each other? How can the informal but essential interactions before, between, and after class be mindfully, rather than serendipitously, initiated?

Asynchronous

Synchronous


Supporting

Your course may be the principal point of contact between your students and the University. How can you connect your students with the various support resources available to them?

Asynchronous

Synchronous


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