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In the media: Hybrid classes at KU engage students in learning

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

The traditional model of professors lecturing to silent students scribbling notes has fallen by the wayside in some introductory courses at the University of Kansas.

In these hybrid classes, students spend in-class time engaging in interactive activities, while doing the work of a traditional lecture online outside of class. This approach, used in some courses in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, makes students active seekers of knowledge and encourages them to be more effective learners.

Learn more about how KU is implementing these courses in this article from the Lawrence Journal World.