Wednesday, October 5
12:00-12:15 PM
Room 2

A Typology of Hybrid Online Activities

Live Paper Presentation ID: 61579
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    Merav Asaf
    Kaye Academic College of Education

Abstract: With the very hasty transition to distant learning in March 2020, new challenges have aroused. Many students, especially young parents and students from low socio-economic backgrounds, could not regularly participate in the synchronous activities of the college. Those who did participate in the synchronous lessons constantly complained about exhaustion. This complicated and stressful situation led to disengagement, a factor which is crucial to the quality of the learning process, and to the overall online learning experience. A typology of hybrid online activities was devised in order to assist in planning engaging teaching activities in which students could participate in various ways during the closure. This typology serves as a basis for planning online, blended and hyflex activities nowadays.

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