Adaptations to a face-to-face initial teacher education course ‘forced’ online due to the covid-19 pandemic: JET
- Adaptations to a face-to-face initial teacher education course ‘forced’ online due to the covid-19 pandemic: JET
- Journal of Education for Teaching, 46(4), 609-611, 2020
- Taylor & Francis Ltd.
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Post-Secondary Education
- This report describes the adaptations made to one initial teacher education course at a Hong Kong university designed for face-to-face instruction that was required to be delivered exclusively online due to the suspension of face-to-face classes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. It describes the adaptations the tutor made, and the challenges faced adapting to the new mode of delivery. It is hoped that others can learn from the author’s experience and be prepared for the suspension of face-to-face classes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic or other health emergencies. Copyright © Taylor & Francis Ltd.
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