Guest post: The Classroom Goes Hybrid

People have been discussing distance learning for years. However, educators have now been forced to suddenly adopt remote instruction because of the ongoing pandemic. Faced with a future where they’ll have to often switch between classroom-based education and at-home learning, schools and universities have to prepare for a system that can support both. Although this is a problematic situation, I think it is also a great opportunity, especially when it comes to education and the evolution of pedagogy in general.

The only way to solve this is by digitizing all educational processes.  However, while digital-native students adapt well to new tools, teachers have been thrown into a new environment with a whole new set of challenges. Now, the challenge for tech companies is bringing together the in-person and remote models in a way that instructors do not have to dramatically change the way they teach.

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