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A Study of the Hybrid Instructional Delivery for Graduate Students in an Educational Leadership Course
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IJEDE Volume 29, Number 1,

Abstract

This paper describes a qualitative study in which ways to improve instructional delivery for graduate students in an Educational Leadership course in Master of Education program in a predominantly Hispanic university located in South Texas were examined. Questions explored perceptions, attitudes, and reasons for choosing a hybrid instructional delivery model. Five themes emerged from the data: flexibility, assumption of responsibility in learning, emphasis on active learning, building peer relationships, and deepened learning.

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Garcia, A., Abrego, J. & Calvillo, M.M. (2014). A Study of the Hybrid Instructional Delivery for Graduate Students in an Educational Leadership Course. International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education, 29(1),. Retrieved August 3, 2021 from .

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