Approach to teaching and learning during COVID-19 global pandemic

Innovation in curriculum development

Authors

  • J.A. Dujaili Monash University Malaysia
  • A.Q. Blebil Monash University Malaysia
  • A.H Mohammed Monash University Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46542/pe.2020.202.4142

Keywords:

Online Delivery, Emergency Response, Movement Control Order, Malaysia

Abstract

Due to the threat of COVID-19, universities across Malaysia are facing decisions about how to continue teaching and learning whilst keeping their faculty, staff, and students safe from a public health emergency that is fast moving and not well understood. Monash University Malaysia is no exception and have opted to cancel all face-to-face classes, including laboratory and other learning experiences, and have mandated that faculty move their units online to help prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. Approaches as well as the remedial measures undertaken by the School of Pharmacy, Monash University Malaysia, with regards to teaching and learning (T&L) activities during and beyond the execution of the Movement Control Order (MCO) in Malaysia are discussed below.

Author Biographies

J.A. Dujaili, Monash University Malaysia

School of Pharmacy

A.Q. Blebil, Monash University Malaysia

School of Pharmacy

A.H Mohammed, Monash University Malaysia

School of Pharmacy

References

Lyon, K., Christopoulos, A., & Brock, T. (2020). Sustainable Pharmacy Education in the Time of COVID-19. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 84(6), 667-672. https://doi.org/10.5688/ajpe8088

Published

06/09/2020

Issue

Section

COVID-19 Case Study