It is also looking into live-streaming meetings so that members of the public can see the debates in real-time while the council chambers remain closed.
Since lockdown, decisions have been made by an Emergency Executive.
But councillors agreed that committees were missing input from non-council members - in particular, the education, children and young people committee, which includes teachers, pupils, parents, religious representatives and a care experienced young person.
Blended meetings - where some members take part online - will not be introduced until the country moves to Phase 4 of the route map for moving out of lockdown.
A full meeting of Falkirk Council on Wednesday agreed the arrangements, but the chief executive will have the power to reinstate the emergency executive if it becomes necessary due to a second wave of Covid-19.