THE ART OF WAR, CORONAVIRUS AND ONTARIO COLLEGE POST SECONDARY EDUCATION: AN ADMINISTRATOR, INSTRUCTOR AND STUDENT PERSPECTIVE

Cory Ross, Joshua Li, Hannah Ross

Abstract


Currently due to the onset of Coronavirus, the landscape of post secondary education has changed. Lessons learnt from the novel published many years ago "The Art Of War" by Sun Tze is helping administrators, instructors and students navigate the rapidly changing times. Quotations used in this book are becoming somewhat prophetic in helping all groups in our transformational journey to a digital age of education. By respecting the past and embracing the future, the changes will not have to be seen as barriers but enablers to change.


Keywords


Past lessons, Change Management, Responsive, Agility, Future Thinking

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References


Number of Ontario Colleges’ enrollment (by school): https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/college-enrolment/resource/07fdeefd-fe44-4df8-bd7d-5419a79f90ec.

Number of Ontario Colleges and total enrollment: https://cdn.agilitycms.com/colleges-ontario/documents-library/document-files/2019%20ES%20-%20Student%20and%20Graduate%20Profiles_20190716151048_0.pdf

Giles (2013). Sun Tzu, The Art Of War, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge

Tzu S. (2018). The Art Of War: a graphic novel, San Diego, Canterbury 2018. (Original Work published in the 6th Century BCE).


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