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Applied Degree Education and the Future of LearningCreativity Under COVID-19: How Technology Has Enhanced and Promoted Student Engagement Online

Applied Degree Education and the Future of Learning: Creativity Under COVID-19: How Technology... [In 2020, the sudden outburst of COVID-19 changed teaching and learning drastically. Teachers and students worldwide had to adapt to hybrid teaching and learning within an extremely short period of time. This study focuses on how the sudden and involuntary changes in pedagogies brought about by the onset of COVID-19 impacted students’ class engagement in a general education (GE) course delivered online. The study also examines how features such as chatrooms and share-screen in the selected video-conferencing tool enhanced the hybrid mode of teaching and learning in the GE course in question. This study is one of the few studies with a focus on teaching and learning at the tertiary level in the context of creativity during COVID-19, and it aims to demonstrate how technology has facilitated and enhanced online student engagement in the said context.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Applied Degree Education and the Future of LearningCreativity Under COVID-19: How Technology Has Enhanced and Promoted Student Engagement Online

Editors: Hong, Christina; Ma, Will W. K.

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  • E Ackermann (2001)

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Publisher
Springer Nature Singapore
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2022
ISBN
978-981-16-9811-8
Pages
113 –137
DOI
10.1007/978-981-16-9812-5_6
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In 2020, the sudden outburst of COVID-19 changed teaching and learning drastically. Teachers and students worldwide had to adapt to hybrid teaching and learning within an extremely short period of time. This study focuses on how the sudden and involuntary changes in pedagogies brought about by the onset of COVID-19 impacted students’ class engagement in a general education (GE) course delivered online. The study also examines how features such as chatrooms and share-screen in the selected video-conferencing tool enhanced the hybrid mode of teaching and learning in the GE course in question. This study is one of the few studies with a focus on teaching and learning at the tertiary level in the context of creativity during COVID-19, and it aims to demonstrate how technology has facilitated and enhanced online student engagement in the said context.]

Published: Jun 4, 2022

Keywords: Creativity; Online teaching and learning; eLearning; COVID-19; Video-conferencing; Student engagement

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