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Educators and students have been experimenting with emergency remote learning because of the disruption caused by a health crisis. Instructors were rush to offer remote teaching to ensure learning continuity and students were forced to adapt to new learning approaches. This disruption alerts the educators to make some changes in the existential teaching approach. This paper intended to examine student engagement in learning amid COVID-19 and compared it with the previous cohort under face-to-face learning, and propose a series of learning activities to engage students for any uncertain situations in the future.
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This page is a summary of: Ready to learn in an uncertain future: ways to support student engagement, Accounting Research Journal, May 2021, Emerald,
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