Hybrid Learning

What is a Hybrid Language Class?

Hybrid Learning is a mix of online and classroom learning which enables students to fully participate in language courses whilst achieving social distancing at the same time. Students may need to quarantine upon arrival in a new country and with a Hybrid Class, it is possible to start classes online so that no time is wasted or lessons missed. Online students are visible to other students who are physically present in the classroom and they are able to contribute to the lesson in a normal way. When students come out of quarantine they will be fully up to speed on the lessons and already know their classmates.

Many IALC schools now offer both online and hybrid class options in addition to their normal physical classes. Students receive the same excellent quality teaching from these classes.

Find out which schools offer online and hybrid classes here

A group of IALC schools has created guidelines for developing best practice, so that the high standards that epitomise IALC schools also run through these Hybrid classes. The presentation below concentrates on the benefits of Hybrid classes, not just for now, but also for the long-term future. Hybrid classes should not be seen as just a product that bridges the gap during these times; hybrid should be seen as an extremely viable addition to an agency’s portfolio. Student feedback has been extremely positive. 

IALC schools have always represented the best quality language schools all over the world. This high standard is even more important now that schools have moved to online and Hybrid courses.

Robin Adams, President of IALC 
Dr Francesca Romana Memoli, Accademia Italiana
Christina Rüger, Dialoge – Bodensee Sprachschule 

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