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Mixed Mode Teaching

Mixed Mode Teaching Workshop | SPRING 2024

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Delivering an engaging class synchronously for both in-person and online students

With Mixed-Mode teaching, you can engage with your students both in-person and online. You can even invite guest speakers from overseas to add some diversity and enrich your teaching experience. This approach ensures that everyone stays connected and engaged, regardless of their physical location. Are you ready to dive in?

Mixed Mode Teaching Workshop | FALL 2023

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Delivering an engaging class synchronously for both in-person and online students

With Mixed-Mode teaching, you can engage with your students both in-person and online. You can even invite guest speakers from overseas to add some diversity and enrich your teaching experience. This approach ensures that everyone stays connected and engaged, regardless of their physical location. Are you ready to dive in?

Explore the Steps to Mixed Mode Teaching | SPRING 2023

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Hello to the new Spring semester! As we continue to resume in-person teaching and learning on campus, we want to continue to increase your awareness of Mixed Mode Teaching as an alternative when the need arises.

Mixed Mode Teaching is when a teacher delivers a class synchronously for both in-class and online participants. This teaching mode allows us to deliver courses smoothly while accommodating speakers/students from overseas or those who cannot attend the class physically.

Explore the Steps to Mixed Mode Teaching | FALL 2022

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Hello to the new Fall semester! We’ve come a long way since the outbreak of COVID-19 and we have shown that we can be agile, and we can adapt.

Moving forward, the University is making effort to resume teaching and learning in-person on campus. However, our ability to deliver courses in Mixed Mode teaching is still crucial in case we need to suddenly switch to this form of delivery.

Lessons Learnt from Mixed-Mode Teaching

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Overview:

The arrival of pandemic and the subsequent social distancing measures have inevitably transformed the landscape of teaching and learning – most of the on-campus teaching have  to adopt online or mixed-mode teaching approaches. We understand many faculty and teaching staff are striving to ensure the students’ learning continues during this challenging time.