In blended learning classrooms, students typically learn instructional material at home and spend class time on hands-on activities. More UF classes are now taking this approach instead of the traditional lecture model.

The End of the Lecture Hall?

Whether you call it blended learning, hybrid learning or the flipped classroom, new models of learning that mix distance, hands-on and small-group learning are becoming increasingly popular at educational institutions across the country. UF is no exception. In this month’s The POST, we show you how two colleges are offering blended learning options to students.

November 2015

Gators who give

Two students spent their summer people in Nepal rebuild after an earthquake

A passion for surgery

Surgeon Thomas Beaver found his niche in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery and research

Care and caring

A UF leader recounts how the College of Veterinary Medicine was there for him and his dog when they needed it most.

Casting with care

Students and volunteers knit comfort shawls for patients in need