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What do Jesuit Teachers Think of Hybrid Learning?

What do Jesuit Teachers Think of Hybrid Learning?

Jesuit has spent six weeks with hybrid learning. Within these weeks came lots of trial and error with technology, social distancing, and changes to our normal lifestyle. As a result, many opinions rose over the new system of learning, specifically amongst the teachers. These teachers at Jesuit have taught through both in-person and virtual styles. In this hybrid model, they see both the pros and cons of hybrid learning. To get to know these views, several teachers have given us their insight on Hybrid Learning.

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