HOT Instruction with Large Classes: A Critical Pilot

Session Description
The UH Manoa Secondary Education faculty launched a combined on-site and on-line program in Spring 2018, relying in part on a Here-or-There (HOT) approach to instruction. Students can attend in-person in a large, technology-rich classroom; or online via web conference. Program parameters include large-group and small-group interactions, lectures, and structured activities within single sessions. Simultaneous accommodation of 80 learners presented significant instructional design challenges. This presentation will review the challenges and approaches used to support a HOT environment at this scale.
Paul McKimmy
Paul McKimmy, University of Hawaii – Manoa, Honolulu, HI, USA
Paul McKimmy, Ed.D., is a faculty member in the University of Hawai`i-Manoa department of Learning Design & Technology. As Director of Technology and Distance Programs for the College of Education, he herds the cats in instructional support, technical services, and distance learning design teams. He gets excited about learning technical skills; leveraging open-source software; and maintaining a mild caffeine buzz.
Ariana Eichelberger
Ariana Eichelberger, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI, USA
Ari is the Instructional Designer for the College of Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She also works with the Distance Course Design and Consulting group at the College designing online programs and courses for the university.
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