Synchronously Organized Online Participation:
That is, in a classroom setting, students participating online and on-site simultaneously attend the course.
Asynchronously Organized Online Participation:
This means that the students participating online do not take part in the course taking place on site, but work on online assignments at a flexible time.
Suggestions on how you can design this for your course:
- Prof. Dr. Jürgen Handke (Philips University of Marburg) introduces the following course concept: (Explanation in German) Flipped Classroom with 2-Cohort Solution
- Attendance on site and independent online processing of content takes place in regular alternation.
- no technology is required for classroom sessions and a high degree of interaction is possible
- the online phases serve to prepare for the face-to-face sessions
- the proportions of online and face-to-face participation are the same for both cohorts
- At the KIT (Karlsruhe Instituts of Technologie), you will find a very similar concept as described:Blended Learning in the Alternating Phase Model