Hybrid Teaching Pain

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Writing in Medium, Ryan Fan makes the case against hybrid teaching, or at least that variety of hybrid that combines students who are physically present in the classroom with students who are remote. He explains how from the perspective of a teacher this kind of hybrid instruction results in more work and lower quality education for all concerned.

With some families electing to continue keeping their children at home, there is a need to develop other models to meet their needs. However, as Fan points out, school leaders claim that resource limitations prevent them from considering other models to deliver instruction. The current approach to hybrid instruction is likely to have the most negative impact on minority children so the need for alternatives is pressing.

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