Future learning mode under post-COVID-19: Innovations, transformations, engagement

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A blended learning culture is both a challenge and opportunity under post-COVID-19 for knowledge transfer and sustainable development, with the aim of maintaining social distancing policy and social interaction among learners, teachers, and invited industry guest speakers. In this paper, we review documents in blended learning from Asia, America, and Europe with the key elements in blended learning for faculty development in higher education (HE) institutions. The objective was to identify the key elements in blended learning with innovations and research technology capabilities for a way normal of learning and teaching under COVID-19. Based on the qualitative results of NVivo, it has been identified that the key elements of blended learning are: 1) technology for projects and 2) technology for engagement. These two elements are proposed to relate to Kolb’s experiential learning cycle of active experiment and concrete experience and reflective observation of the new learning experience for sustainable development.

Keywords: Technology, Project, Engagement, Reflection, Sustainable Development

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Declaration of conflicting interests: The Author declares that there is no conflict of interest.

JEL Classification: L20, D24, Q56

Received: 26.08.2020
Accepted: 11.01.2021
Published online: 15.01.2021

How to cite this paper: Yeung, S. M. C. (2021). Future learning mode under post-COVID-19: Innovations, transformations, engagement. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 8-14. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p1