Hybrid, HyFlex, and Blended Learning: What’s the Difference?


There are many terms that are used to describe teaching a face-to-face class while also using the internet to enhance student learning. In this session we will look at definitions and examples of Hybrid, HyFlex, and Blended approaches to teaching and learning— as well as others. You will have the opportunity to consider which approach is best for you, and how to develop lesson plans and other resources which will help provide you and your students the best opportunity to be successful in these new modes.

Facilitated By

Matthew Stranach

Matthew Stranach

Coordinator, Educational Technologies

Matt has been an educator for more than 15 years. He cares deeply about teaching and learning in face-to-face, hybrid, and fully online modalities. He blogs about e-Learning at Mondays and Fridays.

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