This paper describes three instructional design cases impacting over 3,500 students annually and taught by midcareer female mass section faculty from one of the largest business schools at a tier-one public research university in the Southern region of the US. The three instructors of mass sections describe how they transitioned their face-to-face or hybrid courses from “Emergency Response Teaching” mode to considered distance learning implementation during the COVID-19 crisis. The cases include discussions of learning management system supplements, improvements to peer-to-peer interactions, course structure changes impacting student success, and remote experiential learning group projects featuring community partners. The challenges and solutions described may offer insights to educators and instructional designers.
Sebastijanovic, Marina; Miljanic, Olivia; and Felvegi, Emese
"COVID-19 and Mass Sections in Business Education: Adaptation and Innovation Stemming from the Emergency Online Transition,"
Southwestern Business Administration Journal: Vol. 19
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/sbaj/vol19/iss1/2
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