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AAC Class “Three Ways”: Learning Outcomes from Face-to-Face, Hybrid, and Fully Online Course Modalities

October 29 @ 11:00 am12:00 pm EDT


1. Identify the different synchronous and asynchronous learning modalities employed in this study

2. Describe aspects of course content that were shared across three modalities, as well as content that differed

3. Discuss the student learning outcomes resulting from the analysis of common course products across the three modalities


October 29
11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT
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This session describes content, methods, and learning outcomes for a graduate level AAC course taught by the same instructor using similar syllabi via three different modalities – (1) face-to-face with weekly 3-hour class sessions and a hands-on lab component, (2) hybrid with a 90-minute weekly live session with masks, 90-minutes of asynchronous content, and a limited lab component; and (3) fully online with a 90-minute Zoom session and on-line lab component.

In this session, I share course content and assignments, as well as specialized tools employed for specific modalities. Analysis of student learning outcomes reveal no significant differences based on modality of delivery. Results suggest that graduate students can learn AAC effectively through different modalities with careful consideration of appropriate pedagogy.