Our column on Hybrid & Blended Learning: Modifying pedagogy across time, place, path, & pace was just published in JAAL. I co-wrote the column with Kristy Pytash.
As a supplement to the column, we invited a series of experts to spend some time discussing the broader impact of the details presented. The end result is a series of short video segments of the experts responding to a set of four questions about the column. You can review the video interview and four questions used at the bottom of this post.
Four Questions for Amy Hutchison
Amy Hutchison is an Assistant Professor of Literacy and at Iowa State University. Her research interests include the study of the new skills, strategies and dispositions required to read, write, and communicate with digital technology and how to best prepare teachers for the integration of literacy and technology. You can check out her new book titled Bridging Technology and Literacy: Developing digital reading and writing practices in grades K-6.
- What is hybrid/blended learning?
- What effect does this have on pedagogy, and interactions in the classroom?
- What do teachers need to know to make this happen?
- Things are always changing in the classroom (shift happens, etc.), what might the future look like in terms of place, space, and technology…how do teachers and students prepare for this eventuality?