Hybrid education aims at dissolving the dichotomies within education such as physical-digital, academic-nonacademic, online-offline, formal-informal, learning-teaching and individual-collective. It takes a more holistic view and take the diversity of students and teachers into account. In this paper we will focus on mixing the digital and non-digital world, digital and non-digital artefacts, in order to make sharing resources simpler and more open. This addresses educational values such as self-expression (as contribution becomes both simpler and more diverse), openness, flow of activities (avoiding any seams between media), and inclusion (allowing everyone to participate). This paper introduces five patterns of hybrid pedagogy which enable sharing between learners and educators.