One Reply to “Proposition 5: Hybrid pedagogy reduces the power of the timetable as an organising agent of educational space and activity: hybrid learning need not be synchronous.”

  1. Yes, hating on the timetabling and in the case of the International Foundation Programme on how UKVI agreements impact on our ability to practise innovative pedagogies. We found learning asynchronously to be less successful than our synchronous classes on the IFP.

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