As we enter a new semester, and some parts of the world implement new restrictions in response to the pandemic, hybrid or blended learning environments have become a key part of providing educational continuity.
Globally, school leaders are expanding their planning for how they will continue to support hybrid classroom environments post-pandemic, too. When inclement weather, poor air quality days, illness, travel, or other issues prevent students from attending class in person, hybrid classroom setups allow learning to continue from virtually anywhere.
But teaching in a hybrid environment is a wholly different experience than in-person instruction. One tip educators suggest is having all students — even those in the physical classroom — join your Zoom class from their individual devices. With all students on Zoom, you can use the following digital tools and features to create an engaging experience for everyone.