2022 Volume 70 Issue 3 Pages 3_74-3_79
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it became difficult to conduct face-to-face lessons, and distance lessons and “hybrid lessons” that combined remote and face-to-face lessons were introduced. These methods are different from conventional face-to-face lessons, and have advantages and disadvantages. This paper reports on the evaluation results of hybrid lessons in programming exercises at Muroran Institute of Technology. In programming exercises, it is considered that the effect of individual correspondence by pre-learning (flip teaching) and breakout room at the time of distance learning is high. The results obtained in this study is useful as a new lesson format in the post-corona era.