Managing Virtual Entrepreneurship Education In Times of Covid-19 Pandemic: A Reflective Single Case Study At Balitar Islamic University

Soebiantoro, Supriyono,Rudy Handoko, Joko Widodo

Universities have faced challenging times since March 24th, 2020 due to the attack of covid-19 pandemic. Eversince, academian have been challenged of insearch of propper method for learning delivery. To ensure that students remained having access for Entrepreneurship Education Balitar Islamic University provided virtual learning design in terms of Virtual Entrepreneurial Mentoring, Virtual Professional Occupational Mentoring, and Virtual Sociopreneurial Mentoring. This paper was aimed at describing how these virtual mentorings were managed and how were the participants responses. This study applied a descriptive qualitative approach using reflective embeded single case study design where the researchers were also actively participated in the mentorings. The multiple units of analysis were planning, organizing, implementation, and evaluation resulting degree of the participants response. Data were collected using reflective field notes and Kirkpatrick four levels Evaluation. The multiple analysis was done using descriptive analysis. This study resutled paterrn of planning, patern of organizing including roles and working proceedures, paternof implementation, and evaluation results which showed learners’ satisfaction.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 3196-3208

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201441