Stories and examples of hybrid instruction on campus

Stories and examples of hybrid instruction on campus

Hearing from other instructors who have been successful in blended learning can provide useful perspectives, advice, and warnings.  Watch the following videos to see how blended learning helped their instruction.

John Zumbrunnen
Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Blended learning is often an adventure embarked upon because of a desire to improve student learning. This video shows how one instructor developed a blended course using Case Scenario/Critical Reader (CSCR). This tool provides a framework for integrating multiple media elements and web resources to make your content come alive with interactivity. Learners can interact with and explore course content, make decisions, and receive corrective feedback.

Roberto Rengel, M. IARCH
School of Human Ecology
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Sue Wenker, PT, MS, GCS 
Physical Therapy, School of Medicine and Public Health
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Greg Moses, Ph.D.
College of Engineering
University of WIsconsin-Madison

Erica Halverson, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor
Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Keywordsblended, hybrid, instruction, stories, examplesDoc ID121170
OwnerTimmo D.GroupInstructional Resources
Created2022-09-08 08:45:40Updated2024-04-15 08:41:44
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