Proposal Abstract

This session is designed to explore the results of an examination of initial perceptions of program completers of a novel hybrid instructional delivery system in graduate education. Established by a major regional university to meet a rapidly growing need for graduate-level perpetration in teacher education, this hybrid method of instruction, a combination of online and occasional face to face meetings between faculty and students, has been expanded from master's level offerings to add advanced graduate degree programs. The objectives of this session are to detail and explain the establishment of such a program and report on the initial satisfaction and concerns of its graduates. Attendees will gain the knowledge of the creation of a hybrid delivery system and program modifications made as a result of feedback from students and faculty.

Location

Room 2908

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

 
Mar 8th, 11:00 AM Mar 8th, 11:45 AM

Perceptions of Program Completers of a Hybrid Education Program

Room 2908

This session is designed to explore the results of an examination of initial perceptions of program completers of a novel hybrid instructional delivery system in graduate education. Established by a major regional university to meet a rapidly growing need for graduate-level perpetration in teacher education, this hybrid method of instruction, a combination of online and occasional face to face meetings between faculty and students, has been expanded from master's level offerings to add advanced graduate degree programs. The objectives of this session are to detail and explain the establishment of such a program and report on the initial satisfaction and concerns of its graduates. Attendees will gain the knowledge of the creation of a hybrid delivery system and program modifications made as a result of feedback from students and faculty.