Example scenario of a small class/seminar
Characterized by: fewer students, group size of less than 20, high interactivity
- Complex in the hybrid classroom, but possible for teaching staff with technical skills using Zoom and the AV media kit (see Chapter 7.2)
- Alternatively: Audio recording of the seminars held in person; virtual office hour (Zoom) for students who cannot be there in person; virtual classroom (Zoom) with breakout rooms for group sessions.
- The students are informed about the content covered in the synchronous and asynchronous phase (red line: “learning support”, see Chapter 5).
- Pro: Synchronous and asynchronous phases are used in a manner that is didactically meaningful
- Con: No technical support for hybrid learning environment