Using Classroom Technology Design to Create an Equitable Hybrid Learning Experience
Jun 14, 2023
Design and Integration Learning Spaces
If the pandemic taught educators anything, it was that students want to be able to tailor their experience based on their preferences, whether that be pre-planning how they might want to attend class or deciding the hour before class what works best for them. The perceived negative stigma of students attending their coursework online is diminishing, as this is now common for the modern-day workforce as well. Institutions must take this post pandemic reality as the impetus for recreating and redefining the value of higher education and to invest in strengthening tools for improved student success. This session will include panelists discussing experiences with the design of learning space technology to support an equitable experience for both physical and remote students to achieve an optimal level of learning. The panelists will also highlight the faculty experience in designing for a hybrid space that allows the instructor to focus on pedagogy instead of complex technology.
- Upon completion, participants will have a greater understanding of equitable learning space design to support hybrid learning.
- Upon completion, participants will have a greater understanding of the student experience in hybrid environments.
- Upon completion, participants will have a greater understanding of how to engage faculty to support equitable hybrid learning.