The collaborative and analytical nature of problem-based learning does not make it the easiest to execute in a remote setting. However, as we all adapt to the new normal, educators are challenged to cook up new ways to push their students on and encourage inquiry and innovative thinking on real-world issues. Hear how these educators have coped with classroom changes and how they are enabling collaboration.

Moderator – Kim Chua, Director of Student Success, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Asia

Panellists – ChangSaar Chai, Course Director, Swinburne University of Technology; Harold John Chua, Associate Professor and Dean of Institute of Education, Far Eastern University; Jazzy Buela Programme Chairperson of School of Hospitality, Treston International College; Ferdinand Pitaan, Dean, School of Teacher Education, National Teachers College


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