International Conference on Open and Innovative Education Presentation-Session5

Parallel Paper Presentation Session V

Day 2: 14 July (Thursday), 16:30-17:30

Room 1
(Venue: D0808)

Room 2
(Venue: D0809)

Room 3
(Venue: D0811)
[Putonghua Session]
Impacts of pandemic on online learningInnovations in curriculum and pedagogyOpen education/OERs/MOOCs

Social media and learning during COVID-19

Gan Chanyawudhiwan and Kemmanat Mingsiritham
Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University

Chaiyos Paiwithayasiritham
Silpakorn University

PADDIES: Project Administration and Dissertation Delivery Innovations and Education Support

Matthew Pike and Dave Towey
University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Teaching design and implementation of open education courses based on OMO model: a case study of “Software Engineering” course

Junjie Cao, Zhonghua Jiang and Wenchun Zhao
Shanghai Open University

Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment as a Remote Learning Tool as Experienced by Teachers during the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Case of the University of the Philippines Los Baños

Beverly R. Pabro and Maria Stella C. Tirol
University of the Philippines Los Baños

Explorative Study on Optimization of Adult English Course Design based on BOPPPS Model

Rongrong Fan, Tingting Zhao and Chao Ye
The Open University of China

Preliminary Study on the Demand of Rural Redundant Labor Force for Open Education against the Background of Rural Revitalization

Peng Yue and Litao Zhang
Zhangjiakou Open University

Zhe Li
Zhangjiakou Sixth Middle School

Tingting Zhao
The Open University of China

Turning Challenges to Opportunities: A Case Study of Implementing “Virtual Education” in Hong Kong Metropolitan University during the Pandemic

Man Wai Carol Poon
Hong Kong Metropolitan University

The Individualized and Efficient Computerized Adaptive Test for Mathematics Instruction Has Comparable Assessment Result with Classical Tests

Jiyou Jia and  Huixiao Le
Peking University

An International Study of First-year Undergraduates’ Online Mentoring Experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ching Ting Tany Kwee
The University of New South Wales

Luis Miguel Dos Santos
Woosong University

The Effectiveness of a Blended Learning-based Life Design Course: Preliminary Findings

Hui-Chuan Wei and Yi-Hsuan Lin
Chung Cheng University

Li-Hsien Chang
Humboldt University of Berlin