Hybrid learning allows students to participate in the same classes whether they are joining online or in person. It jumped to prominence during the pandemic but now seems a fixed feature of the education landscape.
But what does offering hybrid learning involve? And is your campus ready for it?
When it comes to online learning, Google has stepped up to help. Teachers have been able to use Google tools to make sure that the education for their students wasn’t disruptive. This was especially useful during the covid-19 outbreak and lockdowns imposed. Google Meet and Google Classroom were helping classes to continue online. With online learning now growing even with no more lockdowns, these tools will still be beneficial in the education industry. The question is, however, what are the differences between Google Meet and Google Classroom? Both resources are different from each other and they both have their own pros and cons.