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Resources for hybrid and blended instruction

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Campus defines hybrid instruction as courses that involve a mix of in-person and online instructional meetings between instructors and students. The range of what is included is broad and flexible by design. This site helps UW-Madison instructors blend online and in-person instruction into successful and engaging hybrid courses. The resources below are organized around the four phases of course creation: design, develop, deliver, and evaluate.

Stage 1: Design

The key to a successful hybrid course is planning and good design. Find resources that walk you through the backward design process that aligns activities and assessments with desired course outcomes.

How to design a hybrid course

Stage 2: Develop

Once you have designed your course, you need to start to develop the content and interactions for students. Find resources and technologies to help with your course development process.

How to develop a hybrid course

Stage 3: Deliver

Delivering a hybrid course can be a very different experience. Facilitating learning through a student-centered perspective requires new strategies and skills.

How to deliver a hybrid course

Stage 4: Evaluate

Using an iterative design process, you will continue to develop and improve your course. Even before you start to develop your course, you should be thinking about how you will evaluate the success of your course design.

How to evaluate a hybrid

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1 **** Getting started with hybrid instruction
2 How to design a hybrid course
3 Backward Design Step 1: Identify Situational Factors
4 Using Top Hat Discussion Questions in Classrooms
5 Developing Video Content for Students
6 Gathering Feedback from Students
7 Creating Narrated Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows
8 Creating Narrated Presentations Using Microsoft PowerPoint for Mac
9 Creating Course/Unit Introduction Videos
10 Backward Design Step 9: Evaluate Your Course
11 Assessing Group Work
12 Backward Design Step 7: Integrate Course Elements
13 Backward Design Step 6: Select Learning Activities For Your Course
14 Keeping Students Informed & Engaged
15 Creating Instructor Response Videos
16 Practicing Compassion with Course Workload
17 Use of Third-Party Applications
18 Backward Design Step 8: Debug Your Course
19 Backward Design Step 2: Identify Course Outcomes
20 Developing a Course Evaluation Plan

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