HyFlex is a course design model that presents the components of hybrid learning in a flexible course structure that gives students the option of attending sessions in the classroom, participating online, or doing both.
Kem is the Director of Learning, Teaching, and Assessment in the Office of Undergraduate Education at the University of California, Davis. He works to support the learning and teaching community at UC Davis with student-centered, equity-focused, and evidence-based pedagogical strategies. Kem's interests include assessment, active learning pedagogy, and educational technology. He has an active research agenda that focuses on institutional change efforts through teaching and learning initiative, organizational identity, and the impact of technology and spaces on learning. Kem completed his doctorate in Educational Policy & Leadership Studies at the University of Iowa.
Research into active learning classrooms (ALCs)—spaces explicitly designed to support and promote this kind of learning and pedagogy—is expanding. This research provides educators with insights about how best to implement active learning pedagogies and support learners in ALCs.
Technology-enhanced learning spaces called Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) have become an important component of the teaching and learning paradigm at the University of Minnesota.