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Lauricella, Sharon; Edmunds, T. Keith – Educational Considerations, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected deep reflection in higher education classrooms: how do we attract and retain students to (temporary but nevertheless increasing) online learning experiences, how do we keep them at our universities and colleges, and how do we give students a learning experience from which they will remember meaningful…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, COVID-19, Pandemics, College Students
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Dhala, Mahjabeen; Johnson, Sheryl – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2021
What does feminist pedagogy look like online? Is it even possible? This article describes intentionally incorporated many aspects of embodied feminist pedagogy into the Women's Studies in Religion online learning community during the semester when the seminar was taught online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This essay shares techniques for and…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Feminism, Teaching Methods, Graduate Students
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Ryan, Juliana; Goldingay, Sophie – Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2022
Responses to COVID-19 impacts have shown how quickly universities can change, given the impetus. However, global disruptions to university learning and teaching have not yet been matched by any significant change to university leadership. Taking gender equity as our focus, we argue that pedagogical disruption should extend beyond the classroom to…
Descriptors: Governance, Educational Change, Critical Theory, Teaching Methods
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Bambang Sugeng; Ani Wilujeng Suryani – Accounting Education, 2024
This study uses the theory of planned behaviour to investigate how Indonesian Accounting educators responded to a shift to on-line learning during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The study looks specifically at the degree to which educators used this as an opportunity to implement pedagogies that move beyond a content orientation, providing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Accounting, Teacher Attitudes, COVID-19
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Finkel, Ed – Community College Journal, 2021
Community college faculty have always been more than classroom teachers, but during the pandemic their roles as counselors, navigators and sources of needed referrals perhaps have never been more paramount--or appreciated. Beyond the dizzying logistics and scrambled pedagogy involved in switching from in-person to online learning, faculty have…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, College Faculty, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Pikkel Geva, Hagar Z.; Gershgoren, Harel; Nir, Dana; Khazen, Maram; Rose, Adam J. – Health Education Research, 2023
Health-care professionals (HCPs) are key trusted figures in addressing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) challenges. They are thought to influence others' health decisions by personal example. However, during the COVID-19 crisis, some HCPs hesitated to be vaccinated. We examined factors contributing to that decision. We performed 12…
Descriptors: Allied Health Personnel, Immunization Programs, Resistance (Psychology), COVID-19
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Vetter, Matthew A.; McDowell, Zachary J. – Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2023
COVID-19 and the public health policies emerging in response have laid bare a multiplicity of issues related to educational access and knowledge equity on a global scale. Among these, the quick shift to online and hybrid education models led teachers to adapt a plethora of digital platforms to deliver content and sponsor interactions). Such…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Epistemology, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Abdul-Majied, Sabeerah; Kinkead-Clark, Zoyah; Burns, Sheron C. – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2023
The COVID-19 Pandemic and resulting school closures, present a serious threat to young children's care, learning, and the achievement of their developmental potential (UNESCO, 2020a). Disruptions to normal school functioning worldwide have presented challenges for teachers who were generally unprepared to teach using different methodologies…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Teachers, Teaching Experience, COVID-19
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Bilge Selçuk; Cansel Karakas; I?pek Tuncay; Beril Can – European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2023
In this paper, we have a quick look at the profile of developmental research in terms of its study samples, and then turn our attention to the findings of research on the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, suggesting a notable increase in the number of people experiencing significant economic difficulties and a widening gap between the wealthy…
Descriptors: Children, Disadvantaged Youth, Disadvantaged Environment, Developing Nations
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Othacéhé, Élise – FORUM: for promoting 3-19 comprehensive education, 2021
British education has faced an upheaval during the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the pandemic, schools often went beyond traditional interpretations of what was needed for educational provision. This article explores how those interpretations have been challenged by the response to COVID-19. It discusses the various ways in which, during the crisis,…
Descriptors: School Community Relationship, COVID-19, Pandemics, Crisis Management
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Agarwal, Anjali; Bansal, Kamal Mohan; Gupta, Ansh; Khurana, Rajan – Marketing Education Review, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the teaching methodology across the world. Students are forced to study online in schools as well as in their private tuitions or coaching institutes. According to the IBIS world, the coaching industry is worth more than $15 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $20 billion by 2022. At a time when the industry…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Online Courses, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Cevikbas, Mustafa; Kaiser, Gabriele – ZDM: Mathematics Education, 2023
Educators sometimes effect changes in education through the implementation of new ideas, and sometimes extraordinary circumstances force them to change their educational approaches, as during the COVID-19 crisis. Although we live in a digital age, the limited use of technology in education, particularly prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, and…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction, Pandemics
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Cengiz Tüysüz; Nurettin Can Bodur; Ilker Ugulu – Journal of Advanced Academics, 2024
An issue arising in emergency distance education procedures, such as the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is a lack of appropriate high-quality content and course activities for high ability students suitable for distance education. In this study, online CAD-based learning experiences structured with the Tinkercad Circuits Platform designed for…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Academically Gifted, Computer Assisted Design, Emergency Programs
Sydney Marie Simone Curtis – ProQuest LLC, 2023
The research question I pursued is: "How do Black feminist instructors who identify as spiritual define and embody pandemic pedagogy?" Pandemic pedagogy is a term used to describe the experiences of teachers and students at HEIs and K-12 schools as they navigate teaching and learning during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic (Schwartzman,…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Teachers, Students
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Hopkyns, Sarah; van den Hoven, Melanie – Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 2022
In Abu Dhabi, multilingualism amongst its highly diverse population is typical. However, with Arabic as the official language and English as the lingua franca, the population's other languages are subordinate on public signage. Those proficient in English or Arabic have more access to information than those who are not. While effective…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Korean, Signs, Foreign Countries
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