A NEW MODEL OF TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN E-FLIPPED CLASSROOM FOR STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT DURING AND POST COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Keywords:Model Of Technology, Technology Driven, Flipped Classroom, Student Engagement
Since the end of 2019, the occurrence of unexplained viral pneumonia has been reported in Wuhan. Higher education institutions (HEIs) in Malaysia have decided to shift learning practices towards online learning systems to ensure the teaching and learning activities continue as usual. Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) established online classes, through live broadcast using Webex and to build a three-foot "cloud" podium for other network teaching styles. Therefore, this paper proposed a new model of a technology-driven e-flipped classroom for students’ engagement during and post COVID-19 pandemic. Data was from 230 student of Strategic Management class, Universiti Utara Malaysia in the semester 1 2020/2021. Based on the analysis, this study found that Edmodo as an online learning platform and flipped classroom approach enhance student’s engagement through online activities carried out on their self-paced learning styles.
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