Friday, October 20
11:50 AM-12:10 PM
Junior Ballroom A

Hybrid Delivery Classroom Model: Revised and re-aligned for enhanced student learning success

Best Practices Session ID: 51461
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    Elizabeth Crawford
    University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
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    David Rausch
    University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Abstract: As use of online tools for information sharing increases, researchers continue to review and analyze hybrid models for instructional delivery of higher education as an enhanced alternative to both traditional face-to-face and online only delivery modalities While data and findings are not overwhelmingly conclusive, many studies show that hybrid learning models demonstrate student success rates that are, at a minimum, statistically equivalent, and in many cases are statistically higher than student outcomes in both traditional learning models and more recent online-only delivery methods In this session, we will present our Hybrid Delivery Classroom model that utilizes a combination of face-to-face interaction, coupled with rigorous work in the Virtual Classroom, and built on the foundation of a cohort-based community of learners This reviewed, revised, and re-aligned model remains the instructional methodology of choice for our multi-disciplinary doctoral program

Presider: Naomi Wahls, University of Colorado Denver


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