Gamifying Hybrid Classes for Student Engagement

Hybrid classes may have increased in quantity but not quality post Covid-19 Before the Covid-19 pandemic, some of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) literature discussed a move to hybrid classes, however this was not a very common research concern (Bates, 2019). Post-Covid, discussion of teaching and learning in hybrid modes has grown rapidly.Continue reading “Gamifying Hybrid Classes for Student Engagement”

Hybrid teaching workshops: upskilling educators to deliver hybrid classes

The challenge The Covid-19 pandemic has fundamentally challenged teaching and learning practices in higher education. In early 2020, the University of Sydney Business School joined many other institutions in rapidly pivoting to online teaching in response to social distancing requirements. While online and blended delivery modes were practised pre-pandemic, more traditional face-to-face teaching methods wereContinue reading “Hybrid teaching workshops: upskilling educators to deliver hybrid classes”