• Guide for Design and Implementation of Hybrid–Flexible (HyFlex) Models in Adult Education
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Section 1. Programmatic Planning for HyFlex Learning Before Implementation
  • Section 2. Instructional Planning
  • Section 3. Teaching in a HyFlex Class
  • Section 4. Implementing and Scaling Up Flex Models
  • Section 5. Program Evaluation
  • Section 6. Hardware and Education Software Application Choices
  • Section 7. HyFlex Program Vignettes
  • Appendix A. HyFlex Videos and Resources
  • Appendix B. HyFlex Technology Example - Waubonsee Community College in Illinois
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  • Section 7

    HyFlex Program Vignettes

    These vignettes share examples of how adult education programs use of HyFlex classes to meet the needs of their learners. We appreciate these dedicated adult educators'  time and willingess to share their successes and challenges. As early adopters in offering HyFlex, their experiences can help inform your work as you explort adding or improving HyFlex classes for your learners.

    Click on the table below to reach each vignette.

    7.1 Leveraging HyFlex To Scale Professional Development7.2 HyFlex To Support Independent Learning7.3 High-End HyFlex Hardware and Tech Coaching for Teachers7.4 A HyFlex Model that Engages All Teachers — and All Staff — From the Outset7.5 Low-Tech HyFlex Can Lead to Increased Learner Attendance, Retention, and Level Gains7.6 Transitioning from a HyFlex Pilot to Larger Implementation7.7 Evolving Technology to Best Meet Learner Needs7.8 HyFlex Meets Needs of Students Who Prefer In-Person but Sometimes Have Challenges with Childcare and Transportation7.9 How HyFlex Can Help Out-of-School (Opportunity) Youth7.10 Using Nearpod to Plan Instruction in a HyFlex Model

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