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There are a lot of unknowns in education right now, but one thing is for sure: students still expect an immersive, engaging learning experience during this new normal of online classes. As institutions strategize about what the fall semester will look like — whether it’s 100 percent virtual, a social-distanced version of face-to-face or, most likely, a hybrid approach – the use of streaming lecture videos will be more relevant than ever. Instructors will need to continue to pre-record video lectures and use class time, wherever that may be, for collaborative discussions.
While the physical locations for these discussions have changed from in person to online, the energy around them doesn’t have to. Join learning design expert Rebecca Frazee, an instructor at San Diego State and manager of FLEXspace.org – Flexibile Learning Environments eXchange – a resource for classroom design ideas, to learn:
- What the fall semester could look like and tactical tips faculty and instructional designers should know to prepare
- How to maximize asynchronous lecture videos for the most engaging faculty-student experience
- Design considerations for a HyFlex teaching model that includes both physical spaces and online learning environments
- What your peers are planning for the fall