The Potential of the Hybrid Course Vis‐à‐Vis Online and Traditional Courses

@article{Brunner2006ThePO,
  title={The Potential of the Hybrid Course Vis‐{\`a}‐Vis Online and Traditional Courses},
  author={D. Brunner},
  journal={Teaching Theology and Religion},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={229-235}
}
  • D. Brunner
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Teaching Theology and Religion
  • Face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses are part of the panoply of course options available to stu- dents and teachers in the twenty-first century. This essay tackles the promise of hybrid courses for enhancing student learning in seminary contexts. The author con- tends that the introduction of hybrid instruction prompts faculty to revisit questions about pedagogy and improves student learning. 
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