Lessons of a First-Time Hybrid Composition Instructor
During the 2015-16 academic year, I taught hybrid composition classes for the first time at Kennesaw State University. I discovered that a face-to-face pedagogy does not always translate effectively to the hybrid environment. Throughout this ongoing process, I integrated scholarship and experience to redesign how I teach composition in a hybrid setting, being mindful of how to do so within time constraints imposed as a part-time instructor. In this session, I will discuss my experiences, present strategies to help instructors navigating the hybrid classroom, and facilitate a discussion to collaborate on future instruction techniques.