Webinar: Designing HyFlex multimodal learning environments

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This recorded webinar provides a brief introduction to designing HyFlex multimodal learning environments, which allow students the flexibility to choose their mode of instruction. You’ll learn about the purpose of using the HyFlex instructional model and the benefits and challenges of implementing HyFlex activities across synchronous and asynchronous learning environments, online and in-person.

This webinar was co-presented by Liz du Plessis and Asmaa Albadawi, instructional designers with Missouri Online.

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HyFlex best practices

HyFlex is an instructional teaching model that allows students to choose their mode of instruction based on their own needs.


Liz DuPlessis

Liz du Plessis, M.Ed., Ph.D.

Manager of Instructional Design

Liz du Plessis is a Manager of Instructional Design for Missouri Online. She is committed to supporting faculty in the cultivation of equity-minded online learning experiences that support the needs of diverse students. She is proud to have nearly 20 years of experience teaching college History across modalities on a part-time basis and is adjunct faculty in the Department of History at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Asmaa Albadawai

Asmaa Albadawi, M.A.T.

Instructional Designer II

Areas of expertise include language arts and science education, educational pedagogy, learner engagement, classroom management, curriculum design/development, and instructional coaching.