Teaching in Blended & Hybrid Models: Sessions I & II

Teaching in Blended and Hybrid Models: Webinar Resources

How can teachers keep lessons coherent when working with blended/hybrid classes split between in-person and remote environments? Educators from three NYSUT locals offered practical solutions on how they're handling this challenge in this series of ELT webinars presented in the fall of 2020. Panelists included an elementary teacher, a high school ELA/ENL teacher, and a K-12 P.E. teacher.

Videos and resources from both sessions - "Preparing to Balance It All" and "Instruction, Assessment and Now What?" - are available below.

Session I - Preparing to Balance It All

In the first of two sessions, panel members discussed how they adapted their planning and pre-instructional processes to weave structure and routines into a chaotic day, what valuable lessons they learned from experimenting with technology, and what actions they are taking to get through each day.

Session II - Instruction, Assessment and Now What?

In the second of two sessions, panel members share suggestions for incorporating productive, engaging lessons for blended/hybrid instruction with quick, purposeful formative assessment and meaningful assignments, troubleshooting technology while maintaining time on task, ways to be more efficient with resources so as “not to reinvent the wheel,” and scaffolding and providing modifications for different learners.