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Findings of a Survey Conducted in Taylor’s College to Ascertain Student Readiness during the Onset of the Pandemic

This final section of the Pandemic Pedagogy Series presents the findings of a college-wide survey conducted and postulates that the successful transition and acceptance to emergency online teaching in Taylor’s College is attributed to institutional initiatives by leadership in facilitating and providing professional development and e-Learning infrastructure.

This enabled our lecturers’ readiness in developing instructional, technological and pedagogical skills in redesigning lessons. 

An Evaluation of Student Readiness for Remote Learning at Taylor’s College during the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Yap Keat Leong, Kalpana Das 

A study was conducted to evaluate the readiness of 727 pre-university students towards online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey evaluated students’ assessment of their computer capabilities, readiness for online learning, communication with students and teachers, online learning modules and overall learner profile.