Creating Authentic Remote Work Integrated Learning: A New Approach Using HyFlex Classrooms

Barnett, Sandra
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Faculty of Education, University of Canterbury

This article reflects on the experience of a multi-disciplinary teaching team delivering an applied project course in a business master’s program. This capstone course was developed to address industry and government expectations for work-ready graduates. In the course students act as consultants for business clients, completing a project over two semesters to recommend solutions for real business issues. The focus of this article is on the innovative delivery of the course utilizing newly built HyFlex technology-enabled classrooms and how this multimedia technology presented opportunities and learnings for future work-integrated learning (WIL) courses.

1303 Specialist Studies in Education , 3903 Education systems
New Zealand Journal of Teachers’ Work, ISSN: 1176-6662 (Print), Volume 21,(Issue 1), 15-21.
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