|September 13, 2018||
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
Location: Mell 3550
The hybrid model of teaching and learning provides an opportunity to expand Auburn’s online presence and helps to support the goal of increasing student retention in STEM, especially in underrepresented groups.
Twenty-first century lab spaces in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Geosciences in particular, are changing. Thus, our sessions will focus on new technologies and the need for more flexibility.
This workshop will help faculty through the process of integrating technology seamlessly into teaching hybrid courses. The Hybrid Course (Re)Design incorporates Dee Fink’s Significant Learning Experiences
backward design process.
In this session you will:
To help us plan for this workshop, please register on the Biggio Center