HyFlex course delivery is a course design model that presents the components of hybrid learning in a flexible course structure that give students the option of attending sessions in the classroom, participating online, or doing both. These classes provide both students and faculty with a great deal of flexibility to adjust and adapt.
Hyflex also requires a great deal of adaptability from faculty since instruction is being delivered in person and online simultaneously. Students can choose the way that they engage in the class – in person or online. In designing hyflex courses, faculty must reimagine, redesign, and reconsider each aspect of the interaction, instruction, and assessment of the course outcomes.
eLearning Support staff will be working with faculty to provide support and resources for the tools you will be using. Please reach out to use with questions and request for assistance.
Tools you will use:
- D2L Brightspace
Educause 7 Things You should Know About Series:
The HyFlex Course Model
Hybrid-Flexible Course Design.
From the January 2020 TLC Faculty Showcase:
Blended On-Campus/Online Real-Time Classes: Lessons Learned from BSU’s Fall 2019 Pilot Project.
Dr. Brenda Mack & Dr. Layna Cole
On-campus students attended class in a traditional classroom and online students participated in real-time through Zoom technology. Lessons learned and feedback from students will help us refine and enhance this blended course format.