Teaching Memo: My EdWeek Opinion Article – Hybrid Teaching Dos and Don’ts

Recently, a staff writer and educator from Education Week / EdWeek Magazine asked me to write an opinion article aimed at helping teachers who are teaching concurrently online and in-person (we call this a “hybrid model” at my institution) think about some Dos and Don’ts. I mentioned a few weeks back that I had to cut some of the material from my initial draft of the article, but quite a lot of the best stuff made it in!

Linked is the article.

Scroll wayyyyyy down (and check out those other bits of experience and advice written by excellent teachers) and have a look at my article at the bottom of the page. Let me know what you think!

(I’m reachable, as always, here in the comments or @CaponeTeaches on Twitter!)

About Steve Capone

Writer hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah. Interdisciplinary teacher (read: generalist guiding inquiry) at an independent school. Adjunct instructor at a medium sized state school. Lover of learning. Favorite destination: Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany. @CaponeTeaches on Twitter M.S. Philosophy (Univ. of Utah 2013) M.A. Humanities (Univ. of Chicago 2007) B.A. Philosophy & English (Washington & Jefferson College 2006
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1 Response to Teaching Memo: My EdWeek Opinion Article – Hybrid Teaching Dos and Don’ts

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