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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Virtual Teaching Experience Amidst the Pandemic: A Perspective from the Middle East
Author(s): Alexander, Rhoda
Issue Date: 17-Jan-2022
Date Deposited: 2-Feb-2022
Citation: Alexander R (2022) Virtual Teaching Experience Amidst the Pandemic: A Perspective from the Middle East. Management and Labour Studies.
Abstract: The novel coronavirus pandemic has disrupted almost all industries across the globe. The higher education sector in the Middle East too witnessed drastic changes in the teaching and learning process. Digital education, which authorities contemplated would take years to implement, was enforced overnight in the region. However, transformation to the online mode of learning posed many obstacles. As a finance educator in the region, I narrate here my experiences with respect to the challenges faced in managing the disruption, methods adopted to engage students, and the different techniques used for online assessments & student feedback. Finally, a reflection on factors which resulted in the successful delivery of the module is also provided.
DOI Link: 10.1177/0258042X211069289
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