the researchers seem more excited by a hybrid application of the open-learning program that, instead of replacing professors, tries to use them more effectively. By combining the open-learning software with two weekly 50-minute class sessions in an intro-level statistics course, they found that they could get students to learn the same amount of material in half the time.
"Hybrid Learning 2.0" - Inside Higher Ed
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Something about this makes sense, but it also leaves me a little unsettled. I could easily see this vision of hybrid learning hurting our students: