What if Classroom Instruction Becomes a Thing of the Past?

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Published Aug 28, 2020
Enrique Mu

Abstract

Until recently, there was no doubt about what constituted a university education and how it was carried out. Suddenly, the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, and in a few weeks, not only education, but the entire world changed. In the new normal, post-pandemic world, it is possible that teaching face-to-face courses will be the exception, not the rule, in the U.S. and the Latin American and Caribbean regions. Furthermore, this virtual instruction will possibly be at massive levels with tens or hundreds of thousands of students at a time, modeled after massive open online courses (MOOCs).

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Keywords

virtual instruction, distance learning, classroom instruction, post pandemic instruction ion, post COVID 19 instruction

References
Mu, E. (2020). ¿Y si la instrucción presencial se convierte en cosa del pasado? El Alfil, July 30, Cordoba, Argentina.
Mu, E. (2020). Back to the future: Reflections on post-COVID-19 higher education in the United States and the Latin American and Caribbean Region, LASA FORUM, Summer, LI(3).
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