Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence


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In the world of higher education, expectations of college-level instructors have shifted significantly in the last few years due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Instructors were required to be more flexible than ever before, oftentimes across different modalities. This essay models an evidence-based teaching method, interteaching (IT), that was originally created for use in a traditional face-to-face classroom and suggests an adaptation of that method for a hybrid classroom. The theoretical framework of IT is explained and an adaptation of IT for hybrid classrooms is provided with a specific college-level course example of implementation. The advantages and challenges of this approach are also discussed in hopes that faculty will build off this idea and empirically test it as higher education continues to require more flexibility from its faculty members.



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