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hybrid class in virtual space design

General description NMC 483: New Media 3D presents concepts tools and techniques for planning, creating, and understanding virtual environments. We use 3D modeling and animation software to create 3D environments, investigating light, color, texture, form, spatial design and composition. These … Continue reading

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Pre-Internship Hybrid Course Design

The course I am designing as a hybrid is H407, the Pre-Internship Seminar in Public Health.  This is currently an on campus course offered every term for two credits, and it meets currently twice a week, 50 minutes for each … Continue reading

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IEPA 050 Hybrid Course in a Nutshell

IEPA 050 Reading and Writing is a high-intermediate and low-advanced course for non-native English speakers – international students heading for the U.S. colleges and universities.   Typically, I have from 16 to 20 students and we meet three times per week … Continue reading

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Homework that encourages socializing and learning from each other

In Engineering classes it is common to allow (and encourage) students to work together and collaborate on homework assignments. This clearly provides a great opportunity for students to learn from each other. But, in  my mind, more importantly, it simply … Continue reading

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Pitfalls and Challenges to Avoid Them

Reading through the many pitfalls of online courses helped me reflect on the content of my face-to-face and online courses. The Hybrid approach that I am working toward deploying next term, is a way for me to carefully scrutinize and … Continue reading

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The Redesign of Food Law

Course: FST 421/521 Food Law Food Law introduces students to the complexity and nuances of food regulation at the federal level with the focus being predominantly on Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-regulated products. The course begins with introductory/review material of … Continue reading

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Role of “Content Curator”

It seems the role of a “content curator” for a hybrid class can take many forms.  With unlimited time an instructor may be able to verify the validity all new content (“new content” being that introduced by students, rather than … Continue reading

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Hybrid Education Course Content

The hybrid course that I am currently developing is TCE 424, “Teacher as a Reflective Practitioner,” for winter term, 2013.  It is the final seminar for our full-time student teachers(soon to be early childhood or elementary school teachers) that accompanies … Continue reading

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Pitfalls of Online Course Development

After reading the 5 pitfalls, I realized that I have made most of these in the past and most likely would have continued to do so. Posting readings, discussion questions, assignments, quizzes, exams, PP slides…all of this I have done … Continue reading

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