These resources will help you design flexible instructional opportunities, including incorporation of synchronous and asynchronous online components into your on-campus, in-person classes. This type of flexible instruction helps to guide students towards independent learning and maintain instructional continuity when students cannot make it to classes for a variety of reasons.
Note: Offerings that promote simultaneous on-campus and remote instruction could be facilitated in academic units that have the infrastructure to do so.
What considerations are required in the upfront planning stage for student success?
- Facilitating Asynchronous Learning
What strategies will help asynchronous students feel more engaged?
- Facilitating Synchronous Classes
How can I engage students in my synchronous class meetings?
- Some Examples
What are some examples of how flexible instruction has been incorporated into a course?