Teaching and Learning in a Hybrid Environment


This poster session will explore the management, organization, and teaching strategies associated with synchronous and asynchronous course delivery in higher education. Presenters will provide information on how to best utilize a Learning Management System (LMS) in conjunction with video conferencing to provide hybrid instruction. Strategies for building faculty/student rapport, encouraging engagement, and scaffolding self-efficacy via LMS systems and video conferencing will be reviewed. Additionally, the pros and cons of this type of hybrid format for teaching and learning will be explored. Through this poster session, attendees will gain a better understanding of 1.)how to develop, manage, and organize hybrid courses for higher education; 2.) how to effectively teach and engage students using synchronous and asynchronous activities and strategies; and 3.) how to grow with and from the pros and cons of teaching and learning within a hybrid environment.

Author Information
Leslie Haas, Buena Vista University, United States
Jill Tussey, Buena Vista University, United States

Paper Information
Conference: IICEHawaii2021
Stream: Innovation & Technology

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