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September 24, 2009


Carol Lowe

Our English Dept. offered hybrid classes beginning in 2001/02 for much the same reason, space problems. However, we felt that the hybrid format was a perfect complement to composition instruction.

But we couldn't get students to enroll in the classes. This year we've tried again. With a record college enrollment, I'm teaching the only hybrid comp. section with an initial enrollment of 12.

What are we doing wrong? I'd love to hear from some other colleges about how you're convincing students to take hybrid classes.

Free Matrimony

Making hybrid classes we can make face to face contact between instructors and students.By this way we can improve online interaction between teachers and students.Students can save time from this and spent more time on their study.

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