A New Mode of Learning in Higher Education: The Partnership Hybrid Class

16 Pages Posted: 10 Jan 2016

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Linda Weiser Friedman

Baruch College, CUNY - Zicklin School of Business; CUNY - The Graduate Center

Hershey H. Friedman

Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

Martin Frankel

Baruch College, CUNY

Date Written: January 8, 2016

Abstract

There are several major problems facing higher education today. These include skyrocketing tuition, administrative bloat, need to improve the quality of education, and the necessity of moving away from old-fashioned lecture approach and using technology to make education more relevant. This paper describes a new way of teaching a course which we shall refer to as a partnership hybrid. Partnership hybrids are tightly coordinated classes with the same course materials, same syllabus and course outline, same homework assignments, coordinated exams, etc. The advantage of this approach includes more resources for students, an active approach to education, and saved classroom space. It is is an intriguing way save money without sacrificing quality. A specific example of the use of this new mode of instruction is presented and future research possibilities are discussed.

Keywords: online learning, hybrid, blended, partnership hybrid, active vs. passive learning, classroom space management, innovative education

JEL Classification: I20, L15, L21, L82, L86, M31, M37, O3

Suggested Citation

Friedman, Linda Weiser and Friedman, Hershey H. and Frankel, Martin, A New Mode of Learning in Higher Education: The Partnership Hybrid Class (January 8, 2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2712763 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2712763

Linda Weiser Friedman (Contact Author)

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Hershey H. Friedman

Brooklyn College of the City University of New York ( email )

Martin Frankel

Baruch College, CUNY ( email )

17 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10010
United States

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