Teaching Online With Errol: Effectively Teaching the Blended Online Course

The blended (or hybrid) course can pose major obstacles for teachers used to teaching in just one environment or the other. And because students must participate in two different learning environments, it can be difficult to keep them actively involved in the entirety of the course. Practicing some key approaches in the blended course, however, will result in an easier and more enjoyable teaching experience for the instructor and increased engagement, enthusiasm, and quality of learning for the students.

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