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Flexible Teaching (HyFlex)

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Learning modalities at Seneca:

  • Online = Students learn remotely and are not required to come to campus. Online learning can be synchronous – scheduled online class time with professors – or asynchronous – no scheduled class time and learning is independent.
  • Hybrid = Some parts of the program or course are online and other parts are in person. Students will need to come to campus for part of their program or course.
  • In-person = Programs or courses are fully in person and require students to come to campus.
  • Flexible = Using innovative learning spaces, professors teach a class to students in a classroom or lab and broadcast to students online at the same time. In courses delivered in the flexible format, students have a choice, for each class session, of coming to campus for an on-campus experience or learning remotely online.

HyFlex (or hybrid flexible) is a course design mode that gives students the opportunity to attend in class, online synchronously, or online asynchronously. Students can change their mode of attendance and participation for each class session.

Learn more about HyFlex:

For more details or to discuss further whether the HyFlex model might work for your course, reach out to the Teaching & Learning Centre: teaching@senecacollege.ca.

(Questions about classroom technology should be directed to ITS.)

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