Volume 2, Issue 1
Remote Learning During a Pandemic: A Retrospect and Prospect

Wei Chin Wong & Xun Wang

Innovative Teaching and Learning , 2 (2020), pp. 6-25.

Published online: 2020-12

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Both educators and students in schools across the globe have faced unprecedented and sweeping changes to teaching and learning due to the 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic (COVID-19). This paper focuses on the case of remote learning in BNU-HKBU United International College (UIC) during the spring semester 2019/2020. Based on two surveys conducted respectively at the beginning and the end of the semester on students' experiences with online learning, this paper explores and summarizes students' retrospective views on several aspects of remote learning, including technical difficulties, potential challenges and drawbacks of online courses across different provinces in Mainland China. In doing so, this paper aims to depict the paradigm of how students adjusted their study habits for independent learning during the coronavirus lockdown.

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COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning, independent learning, online learning.

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Both educators and students in schools across the globe have faced unprecedented and sweeping changes to teaching and learning due to the 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic (COVID-19). This paper focuses on the case of remote learning in BNU-HKBU United International College (UIC) during the spring semester 2019/2020. Based on two surveys conducted respectively at the beginning and the end of the semester on students' experiences with online learning, this paper explores and summarizes students' retrospective views on several aspects of remote learning, including technical difficulties, potential challenges and drawbacks of online courses across different provinces in Mainland China. In doing so, this paper aims to depict the paradigm of how students adjusted their study habits for independent learning during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Both educators and students in schools across the globe have faced unprecedented and sweeping changes to teaching and learning due to the 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic (COVID-19). This paper focuses on the case of remote learning in BNU-HKBU United International College (UIC) during the spring semester 2019/2020. Based on two surveys conducted respectively at the beginning and the end of the semester on students' experiences with online learning, this paper explores and summarizes students' retrospective views on several aspects of remote learning, including technical difficulties, potential challenges and drawbacks of online courses across different provinces in Mainland China. In doing so, this paper aims to depict the paradigm of how students adjusted their study habits for independent learning during the coronavirus lockdown.

WeiChin Wong & XunWang. (2020). Remote Learning During a Pandemic: A Retrospect and Prospect. Innovative Teaching and Learning . 2 (1). 6-25. doi:10.4208/itl.20200003
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