Based on a case study of an undergraduate course for a teacher education program at a university in Hong Kong, this chapter examines how technology-enabled case-based learning engages pre-service teachers behaviorally, cognitively, and emotionally and prepares them for teaching in schools. Qualitative data obtained from individual interviews with four pre-service teachers and online discussion threads were analyzed using a content analysis approach. This chapter describes how the use of 360-degree panoramic videos and asynchronous discussion forums supports the development of pre-service teachers’ problem-solving skills in tackling school students’ undesirable classroom behaviors, enhancing their reflective skills, and consolidating their content knowledge in classroom management. This study sheds light on how technology-enabled case-based learning may contribute to teacher education programs and prepare pre-service teachers for effective classroom management. Copyright © 2022 Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
|Title of host publication
|Designing technology-mediated case learning in higher education: A global perspective
|Choon Lang Gwendoline QUEK, Qiyun WANG
|Place of Publication
|Published - 2023
CitationTang, Y. M., Yang, D., Fong, R. W.-T., & Lim, C. P. (2022). Engaging pre-service teachers in technology-enabled case-based learning in an undergraduate course. In C. L. G. Quek & Q. Wang (Eds.), Designing technology-mediated case learning in higher education: A global perspective (pp. 157-180). Singapore: Springer.
- Case-based learning
- Learning engagement
- Online learning
- Pre-service teachers
- 360° panoramic video