Hyflex Activities Collection

Get a Head Start in Lesson Planning

If you're looking for class activity ideas that work well in a synchronous hybrid a.k.a. hyflex course, then this collection is for you.

After a semester of hyflex teaching, there are definitely some activities I will not be using next semester and some activities I'm going to be using again and again.

This collection includes 11 activity ideas in this second category.

So, if you're not sure what activities fit well in a class where some students are attending online via video conferencing and some students are attending in-person - at the same time - this collection can help give you a head start in your lesson planning.


What Exactly is Included in the Collection?

 

Disclaimer: All activities can be done using the free versions of the tools used to create them.

Each activity idea includes information on what tools you'll need for the activity and a description of how the activity works. For many of them, there are helpful prompt ideas included, as well.

For example, the Kahoot icebreaker doesn't just include a description of how the game works. It includes a list of question ideas and a link to a ready-made Kahoot icebreaker. Plus, a link to my Kahoot video tutorial, in case you haven't used the tool before.

For the three items in the "Templates" section, I also include quick videos showing how to easily adapt the templates for your own classes.

Overall, this collection gives you a head start in creating your lesson plans.

And, really, who couldn't use a helping hand in their teaching life right now?

As an additional resource, I also include a quick guide to the dozens of free resources I've created this past year that tie into hyflex teaching. These blog posts, YouTube videos, and EdTech tutorials give you even more ideas to try in your classroom.

Note: I teach college freshman, but these activities will work well for a range of high school and college classes.

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Erika Romero
Erika Romero

I'm an English Studies PhD candidate working on my dissertation on children's and young adult literature, their new media adaptations, and pedagogy. I've taught undergraduate courses in children's literature, young adult literature, and composition. I currently blog about teaching tips, tools, and resources for new college instructors on my website, www.evereducating.com/blog. I also post YouTube videos with teaching-related tips on my channel, Ever Educating.


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Frequently Asked Questions


How long do I have access to this collection?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the collection?
Don't worry! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Does this collection include activity instruction sheets that I can just post on my LMS class website for my students?
No. This isn't a collection of instruction sheets. Rather, it's a collection of activity ideas with information on how to create the activities, how the activities work, and often, how you can get started immediately by using the templates I've created for you.
What's the student age level for these activities?
I teach college undergraduates (mainly freshman), but these activities can also work well in the high school classroom.

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