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9/4/2013 at 7:51:05 PM GMT
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Hybrid Classes


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"How effective do you find online and hybrid classes?
What are the problems?

If you have successfully done this, what are some of the ways to improve completion and mastery of content?"


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Last edited Friday, September 6, 2013
9/9/2013 at 10:32:44 PM GMT
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research on hybrids

Hispania journal will publish an article on "First-Year Hybrid Spanish Courses: How Instructors Manage their Time” (author:  C. Godev) in March 2014.  Please watch for this article and more on hybrids in the March issue of Hispania.  -- Sheri Spaine Long, Editor Hispania



4/25/2014 at 5:25:33 PM GMT
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This is a very important topic for community college instructors. Many, many colleges offer both hybrid and fully online courses and are under increasing pressure to offer more.


8/7/2014 at 3:53:45 PM GMT
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It's about six years that I offer hybrid Spanish courses. So far they are successful, in fact their assessment results reflect the on ground courses ones. However, I request students to be on ground 2 hours per week with an optional third one (that they often take advantage of).
I initially was offering them for 12 weeks instead of 16, but I changed it to 16 for students' request.
At the beginning, I was using the Instituto Cervantes course (AVE) with great success. However, I had to change it because it was breaking the continuity of the textbook we offer our students for Spanish beginner 1 and 2 and intermediate 1. If it weren't for that, I would be probably still using it.


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