Category Archives: Hybrid Course Delivery

BA 354, Managing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

I am creating a hybrid version of BA 354, Managing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility.  This course is becoming a college-wide core requirement for all business majors starting Fall term 2017. As such, the course is going to fulfill the … Continue reading

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PH 205: Solar System Astronomy Hybrid course in a nutshell

PH 205 is a course that describes the content, structure and formation of the Solar system. It is the first of a three term sequence, where the second and third courses are PH 206: Stars and Stellar Evolution and PH … Continue reading

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Rachael and Don’s ECE 441

Don and Rachael’s Hybrid Course: ECE 441 Our course is an electrical and computer engineering course that will be offered to all seniors hoping to graduate in the spring of 2018. We will likely have an enrollment of about 150 … Continue reading

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A Big Nutshell of Leadership Collaborative II

The purpose of Leadership Collaborative II (LCII) is to equip participants as collaborative leaders who advance OSU’s Vision, Mission & Values through the integration of OSU values with emergent, collaborative and transformative leadership skills. Three primary learner outcomes facilitate the … Continue reading

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Canvas: It’s not all that smart on its own.

Course management tools are useful–we can, I’m sure, all think of ways that they make a professor’s life easier.  No need to have course packets of readings ready to be copied a month before the term starts, no need to … Continue reading

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Engaging students in knowledge production

One of the main benefits, in my mind, of rethinking delivery of a course is the all too rare chance to really evaluate what concepts, outcomes, and learning strategies you are trying to achieve with a course, and then working … Continue reading

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Class Presentations- #4: Expect your students to consume knowledge rather than create it.

I thought that a few of the “pitfalls” mentioned in Five Common Pitfalls of Course Design were strongly tied to each other. For example, #3 about not being the “sage on the stage” and #5 about students learning from each … Continue reading

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But I LOVE being the “sage on the stage”!

I must admit, I love being the sage on the stage. I love sharing “war stories” from my old managerial life as much as I love sharing evidence-based insights from the latest research articles. It not only boosts my ego, … Continue reading

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Recognizing that students learn from each other

I would like to comment on Pitfall #5 – Ignore the way students learn from each other. I plan to avoid this pitfall by stepping back and allowing conversations to progress to without intervention, up to a point. I publish … Continue reading

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Blended Learning Workshop Oct. 27 – Get Started!

Learn effective hybrid teaching practices in this hands-on Enhance Your Teaching with Hybrid Techniques workshop on Thurs., Oct. 27, 10:00-11:30 a.m.,  in Milam 215. Explore tools and techniques to integrate online and classroom learning. Refreshments provided. All OSU faculty and GTA’s are welcome. … Continue reading

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