As schools have entered a new normal during the Covid-19 pandemic, the words “hybrid model” have become buzzwords in education. In the Estacada School District in Oregon where I teach, we have sought to better understand what a hybrid model looks like and how we can use it to best serve our students. This summer, we implemented a summer school program using the hybrid model to allow us to pilot this new way of teaching.
During this hybrid-model summer school, we learned several valuable things.
For our district, the concept of a hybrid classroom involves some students coming to school in person and some students attending school via live-video technology, such as through Zoom. With the aid of Zoom, students who are online have the same access to the classroom as every student attending in person………………………………………………………………
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