By - 1st April 2022
1st April 2022
SHANGHAI, March 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- In the last 20 years, three main trends have had major influence on student learning in higher education: the shift from offline or classroom education to an online or hybrid educational ecosystem (which became more prominent following the COVID-19 global pandemic), increased and more diverse international student mobility in higher education, and extensive international assessment programs on student learning, such as the National Survey of Student Engagement and Student Experience in the Research University.
But how do these trends influence the development of student learning in higher education? The special issue of the ECNU Review of Education – Empowering Student Learning in Higher Education: Pathways to Possibility – addressed this very question, providing significant insights into the matter. "In light of the reflections and debates surrounding higher education, researchers are required to take a more balanced and comprehensive mindset when conceptualizing and investigating student learning," says Prof. Hongbiao Yin from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, author of the editorial. A recent video explains this well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f63CnNsMfU0.Read More