5 Strategies for Interactive Learning in Hybrid and Online Courses

“One of the biggest misconceptions that beginning online instructors have is that ‘if I can teach in the classroom, I can teach online.’ Teaching in the classroom and online require two totally different approaches to activity and task design for accomplishing your learning objectives for the particular class.” —Dr. Muthu Ramachandran, Leeds Beckett University

Adapting your face-to-face courses to a hybrid or online environment? You’re not alone. 

The good news is that you don’t have to overhaul your course content to make it a success. Dr. Ramachandran argues that the key to successful hybrid and online courses is how you approach, build, and present tasks and activities. 

To keep engagement high during your switch to hybrid or online teaching, here are five strategies to facilitate interactive learning during course activities and assignments.

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