“Can I really be in two places at once?” That’s the question many teachers are asking themselves now that classes are set to begin in the fall. With COVID-19 continuing to be a major concern, most schools have opted for some type of hybrid design that combines face-to-face instruction and remote learning. The obvious challenge teachers now face is how to create or retrofit content for multimodal delivery.
In the webinar You Can Be in Two Places at One Time: Dual Modality Teaching and Learning, you’ll familiarize yourself with the term multimodality and some of the other words often used to describe this concept, such as flex-learning, hybrid-flexible, or mode-neutral. You will also learn valuable tips from instructors who’ve experienced first-hand the trials and benefits of teaching a dual-modality course. Some topics discussed include:
- Synchronous vs. asynchronous remote and how to make the most of each one
- Challenges students face and how to overcome them
- How to reimagine your teaching and reuse your materials for all pathways
- What you need to be successful at dual-modality teaching
Additionally, the presenters will break down and explain a practical, four-step guide to multimodality instructional design. By the end of the webinar, you’ll not only have the tools needed to begin navigating the path of teaching a multimodal class, but you’ll also see the benefits and advantages this new experience brings.
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