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Hybrid Pioneers

Hybrid Pioneers

A cross-institute initiative developed at MHSES and COL to explore perspectives, practice, and innovations in hybrid learning and teaching

Hybrid Case Study: Physical Education

The lead of this case study, Dr Murray Craig, collaborated with students on the MA (Hons) Physical Education programme to explore and embed different modes of hybrid learning. Informal hybrid focus groups were held after classes, where students could openly feedback and discuss challenges and ideas. The practical nature of the course, and the type of learning space, are not often associated with hybrid. However, this allowed for opportunities to be creative and collaborative in the development of learning and teaching, as well as spotlighting some key themes around inclusion, equality, and different forms of hybrid pedagogies.

In his 2 minutes, 2 pictures presentation, Murray reflected on the ways in which hybrid learning and teaching has changed his perspectives on pedagogy and practice.


In the video below, Murray reflects on some of the findings from his case study at the Learning and Teaching Conference 2022, presenting from one of the key learning spaces on his programme, the Games Hall.


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