Hybrid courses blend face-to-face interaction such as in-class discussions, active group work, and live lectures with typically web-based educational technologies such as online course cartridges, assignments, discussion boards, and other web-assisted learning tools.  The degree to which the design of hybrid courses utilize traditional classroom and online learning environments varies, being largely dependent on the subject matter and overall nature of a course. Regardless of design, such courses may be expected to deliver instruction in both an asynchronous and synchronous manner, and are becoming increasingly prevalent in today’s society. 

Any BHS teacher who is interested in offering Hybrid courses (where students are not required to be on site or in class every day) must follow the procedures below.  If you have more questions please contact steve.willman@byron.k12.mn.us or jen.hegna@byron.k12.mn.us

Hybrid Flowchart