2022 CCCC Annual Convention Session

Problem-Solving Hybrids: Developing Teaching
Resources for Equitable and Inclusive Hybrid
Composition Courses

Paper, scissors, stapler, stick-note, markers, and other planning and writing tools on a surface.

During this live and interactive session, presenters briefly reported on the timeline and goals of the Hybrid Task Force at their institution: a public R1 university. Presenters then shared sample teaching resources that members of the task force created including planning tools and checklists to guide instructors new to the hybrid instructional mode. You can find these and other resources here.

After learned about the resources created by the task force, participants then divided into breakout rooms to solve common hybrid problems and develop teaching resources that support equitable and inclusive approaches. These breakout rooms solved the following “problems”:

  1. Transitioning students in a hybrid class from face-to-face/synchronous to asynchronous work

2. Providing hybrid students with access to resources

3. Feedback strategies to use in hybrid courses

3. Uses of technology in hybrid courses