Share Paper: From Face-to-Face to Blended Learning: Teaching and Learning during COVID-19 in Taiwan

  1. Gregory Ching, Graduate Institute of Educational Leadership and Development, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
Monday, October 26 10:15-10:40 AM Room 5

Abstract: In Taiwan, the advent of COVID-19 pandemic has caused the delay of class opening, while drastically affecting the mode of instructions from the previous face-to-face to either blended learning or fully online. In light of this issue, the current paper shall summarize the experiences of teaching five different university courses (3 elective courses for the morning sessions and 2 required courses for the evening sessions) in times of pandemic, while also focusing on the students’ reactions towards the shifting from the traditional face-to-face instruction to blended learning. Semi-structured interview with the students are accomplished before the end of the semester, ...