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Hyflex Teaching Demystified for Introductory Nutrition

HyFlex teaching has the potential to meet the needs of many learners, with the benefits of flexibility and social aspects of learning from synchronous courses. The presenter shares research about HyFlex teaching.

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This webinar was presented live on March 29, 2024.

Attendees will learn more about HyFlex teaching, an educational approach that can meet the needs of busy college students. This blends the advantages of flexibility with the opportunities of social connection of in-person courses.

The presenter draws on her experience teaching HyFlex in an urban community college and working with faculty training in the past year as a recipient of a Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning fellowship. Attendees will learn more about the benefits and challenges of this teaching approach, and valuable recommendations for implementing HyFlex teaching effectively with active learning methods.

CPE Level: 2

Performance Indicators:

  • 9.4.6 Demonstrates competent use of technology to enhance learning experiences and the delivery of information.
  • 9.3.5 Uses a variety of strategies to deliver education.
  • 9.5.2 Obtains feedback on teaching style and content delivery methods used.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the HyFlex teaching model and values of learning choice, equivalency, reusability, and accessibility
  • Describe the instructional design and technological considerations for HyFlex teaching
  • Provide examples of implementation both in the classroom and a college


Melissa Altman-Traub MS, RDN, LDN
Associate Professor of Allied Health

Melissa Altman-Traub is an Associate Professor of Allied Health at the Community College of Philadelphia. She has been a part-time academic adviser, led several faculty learning communities, and completed the CCP Leadership Institute. She is an Outreach Specialist for a Title III education grant and works collaboratively with faculty and staff to develop new ways to improve student success and retention, and recently completed a fellowship from the CCP Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning on professional development for HyFlex teaching. Melissa has also been an adjunct faculty member at LaSalle University.

Her background includes clinical nutrition in hospitals, long-term care facilities, dialysis centers, nutrition support, and outpatient nutrition counseling.

For the Nutrition Educators of Health Professionals Dietetic Practice group, she worked with the chair to write a successful diversity mini-grant proposal and organize an online diversity symposium in September of 2022. Melissa serves as a mentor for the Diversity in Dietetics and RD mentoring programs. She also has a food blog and has expertise with plant-based diets and Jewish cuisine.

Melissa holds a B.S. in Nutrition from Pennsylvania State University, completed a dietetic internship at the University of Cincinnati Hospital, an M.S. in Health Education at Arcadia University, and completed additional coursework in Health Studies at Temple University.

Release Date: March 29, 2024


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