A new challenge is facing our faculty this fall: how to engage students in a hybrid-online course. See the recommendations by Beth McMurtrie below.
Design a fully online class and think of the in-person part of it as an enhancement to the core of your coursework.
Think of class time as a place to connect and regroup, as well as to review content.
Ask a student in class to pair up with a remote student through a Zoom chat room to work on a problem together.
Ask students to respond to your questions through live polling, for example through Zoom.
Encourage collaborative note taking, in which students take turns working in a shared online document.
Make sure that all materials, assignments, group work, and other activities are housed in your learning-management system (Canvas or Moodle LMS)
For additional resources also see:
Open source workbook on Hybrid-Flexible Course Design by Brian Beatty.
Active Learning in a Hybrid and Physically Distanced Classroom by Derek Buff.