We support educators in creating inclusive, flexible learning experiences for both remote and on-ground learners using the Hybrid NUflex model.
For many educators, Northeastern’s Hybrid NUflex model is a new approach to teaching and learning. Students may be participating in real-time class sessions in the classroom or from a remote location. In addition, learning activities will involve multiple technologies, locations, and environments that can benefit from extra attention to processing and making meaning of content.
Despite the uniqueness of Hybrid NUflex, we can look to existing evidence-based teaching practices for guidance on how to maximize students’ learning. Below are key recommendations for teaching your Hybrid NUflex course, which you can explore in our related tips and resources:
- Design a learning sequence that carefully weaves together in-class and between-class learning activities
- Establish a welcoming atmosphere that creates a sense of belonging
- Provide opportunities for students to actively engage in learning
- Build collaboration into learning activities
- Deepen learning with writing and reflection
- Deepen learning with feedback
- Gather and respond to students’ feedback on their experiences in the course
For more information on Hybrid NUflex, visit nuflex.northeastern.edu.
How CATLR Can Help
- Schedule an individual or unit consultation
- Enroll in CATLR and Academic Technologies’ Designing and Teaching Your Hybrid NUflex Course self-paced course
- Participate in a workshop or upcoming event