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Concurrent teaching is one of the hardest hybrid instructional models to master. Many concurrent teachers struggle to give sufficient attention to remote students and over-rely on lecture-style teaching, which is detrimental to student outcomes. Watch this video to learn four concurrent teaching strategies that you can use right away to move beyond whole-group instruction and provide the targeted support students need to succeed.
Most teachers struggle to transition to an A/B model of instruction, with many completely overhauling lessons and schedules from scratch. Watch this video to learn four steps to highly-effective A/B teaching that you can use to deepen learning and student engagement in the A/B hybrid classroom.
EAB has identified five quality strategies to guide teachers in their virtual and hybrid classrooms.
Leaders at K-12 school districts—who already battle public scrutiny and decision fatigue—are forced to rethink their operating models amid the pandemic and can’t afford to make uninformed choices. Access our checklists with key leadership decisions and evidence-based recommendations for virtual, in-person, and hybrid school districts.
As college and university presidents and chiefs of staff continue to lead through crisis in 2021 and beyond, they must lock in practices from the pandemic that will sustain their institutions for the long-term.
Although teachers are experimenting with hands-on learning assignments and online break-out sessions to engage students during online classes, many teachers still notice only a handful of students actively participate on a regular basis. Here are three easy to implement---yet often overlooked—ways to help boost students’ engagement in a synchronous virtual classroom.
As the coronavirus spreads across globe, higher education leaders face unprecedented challenges in responding. Read our blog post for five of the short-term and longer-term questions higher education IT leaders must consider during the coronavirus crisis.
In this episode, Carla Hickman and Dr. David Attis discuss the immediate effects of COVID-19 on higher ed, as well as long-term impacts on enrollment and multi-modal learning.
Listen to this 4-part on-demand webconference series to dispel common myths about the financial and enrollment benefits of online and hybrid learning and how institutions can best serve three critical online student markets, namely multimodal undergraduates, professional graduate students, and adult degree completers.
As demand for online courses grows, so does pressure to increase retention rates.