The concept of hybrid learning is nothing new, but it is evolving all the time, especially as improvements to distance learning technology have helped to make remote and hybrid education a completely viable alternative to full-time in-person, classroom-style lessons, and courses.
Hybrid learning offers exciting benefits but there are some shortcomings that can’t be ignored, such as:
- Difficulties with student engagement- it can be a challenge to keep both the students who are physically present in the classroom and the students who are learning remotely as engaging as each other, to deliver an equal learning experience.
- The potential for technical issues.
- A noisy room can be distracting and get in the way of learning.
- The technology challenges. Infrastructure, where teaching tools can be difficult to set up and use.
- Sharing files and learning materials, imagine a scenario where two students are using different software to work on the project and the student who receives the file is unable to open it.
Hybrid learning is a growing concept, and it has the potential to significantly expand access to education. Learn more about the most effective hybrid learning strategies, and how you can support your hybrid teaching methods with technology solutions.
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