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de Jager, Sarina – Perspectives in Education, 2023
University students' mental health and wellbeing has been a global public health issue of increasing concern in recent years, with a growing body of empirical evidence suggesting university students are a 'very high-risk population' for mental disorders and psychological distress. Pre-existing mental health challenges among university students…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Well Being, College Students, Foreign Countries
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Svongoro, Paul; Mudzi, Fennie – Perspectives in Education, 2023
This study examined issues related to students' participation and online absenteeism among students at Zimbabwe's universities during COVID-19 induced online teaching and learning. More specifically, the study examined some of the ethical issues related to students' participation and assessment during online learning in selected universities in…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Emergency Programs, Distance Education, Electronic Learning
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Bazirake, Joseph Besigye; Hamukuaya, Hashali; Chauke, Tinyiko; Mngadi, Anele; De Raedt, Amy – Perspectives in Education, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic set higher education institutions on an unprecedented path requiring of them to identify alternative strategies and implement various initiatives to sustain their academic projects. With the widespread devastation of the pandemic, the purpose of universities within their communities were again in the spotlight. A sensibility…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Universities
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Howard, Barbara; Ilyashenko, Natalia; Jacobs, Lynette – Perspectives in Education, 2023
Scholars from three universities in three different parts of the world--North America, Africa, and Eurasia--across different cultures, disciplines, and contexts, collaborated with the objective of advancing transversal skills and intercultural competences through immersing their students in international virtual teamwork. Students and lecturers…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Universities, International Cooperation
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Petersen, Fazlyn – Perspectives in Education, 2023
There is a need for synchronous and inclusive online peer tutoring in large, undergraduate classes. As a lack of data or internet connectivity may limit online peer tutoring, the use of a data-free instant messenger was implemented for online tutoring in a class of 342 students. The Moya application allows students to chat and send voice notes to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Undergraduate Students, Peer Teaching
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Janse van Vuuren, Corlia; Muller, Annari; Strydom, Francois – Perspectives in Education, 2023
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, technology-enhanced learning and its relation to student engagement, and the necessity of good student-staff relationships for creating a successful education environment were evident. The COVID-19 pandemic forced higher education to adapt to a challenging technology-led learning environment that demanded, inter alia,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Curriculum Design, Curriculum Implementation, COVID-19
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Zvavahera, Promise; Chirima, Ngonidzashe Elizabeth – Perspectives in Education, 2023
This study sought to investigate the impact of COVID-19-induced flexible work arrangements (FWAs) on gender differences in research outputs during COVID-19. A mixed research methodology was used, focusing on higher learning institutions in Zimbabwe. Purposive sampling was applied to select 250 researchers from the 21 registered universities in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Gender Bias, College Faculty
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Muloiwa-Klenam, Takalani; Sharpley, Kristan; Thahale, Mpho; Taimo, Neo; Mogalad, Tshegofatso; September, Jerome – Perspectives in Education, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic that began in March 2020 gave rise to a number of challenges for first-year experience activities at universities globally. One of the key challenges was the process of onboarding first-year students through an orientation programme that could not take place face-to-face as per the norm. In 2021, the first-year orientation at…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, School Orientation, Electronic Learning, Universities
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Mugume, Taabo – Perspectives in Education, 2023
The research on students' sense of belonging in higher education has evolved into a prominent theme worldwide. Institutional research focuses on the institution understanding itself and helps leaders to rethink improvement initiatives. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic has required of institutions to revise student support programmes and approaches…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sense of Community, Student Attitudes, COVID-19
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Archer, Elizabeth – Perspectives in Education, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to rapid change, unprecedented in higher education. One such change has been the almost complete shift to online assessment. The simultaneous employment of online assessment and proctoring has not enjoyed the rigorous academic debate and research traditionally associated with such shifts in academia. This engagement…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Testing, Supervision, Technology Uses in Education, Social Justice
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Mokoena, Moratoa Trinity; van Vuuren, Petro Janse – Perspectives in Education, 2023
An Applied Drama and Theatre pedagogy is rooted in principles of embodiment, participation and collaboration, praxis and immersion in social contexts. Over the past fourteen years, the Drama for Life department at the University of the Witwatersrand prioritised the implementation of an Applied Drama and Theatre teaching and learning practice that…
Descriptors: Drama, Teaching Methods, Theater Arts, COVID-19
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Buttler, Timothy; Scheurer, Jacob – Perspectives in Education, 2023
Due to the emergence of Covid-19, many educators moved from a face-to-face teaching environment to an online microteaching setting using Zoom. This study explores pre-service teachers' perspectives on microteaching within Zoom's breakout rooms. The authors approached this study from a positivist-postpositivist perspective employing a mixed-methods…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Preservice Teachers, Videoconferencing, Microteaching
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van Staden, Christa; Nel, Liezel – Perspectives in Education, 2023
Abrupt switches to online learning without face-to-face contact between facilitators and students can cause distress and have a negative impact on student success. As students use instant messaging applications (IMAs) to communicate with one another, we have integrated WhatsApp-based mobile learning environments (MLEs) in two disparate higher…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Electronic Learning, Handheld Devices, Educational Environment
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Hu, Zijing – Perspectives in Education, 2023
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic was declared a public health emergency of international concern. In South Africa (SA), institutions had to adopt emergency remote education, thus resulting in significant challenges for both students and lecturers. This article investigated students' views and perceptions towards emergency remote education.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Distance Education, School Closing, Student Attitudes
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Kanbur, Ozlem; Kirikkaleli, Nurdan Ozrecberoglu – Perspectives in Education, 2023
Since recent years, emotional intelligence (EQ) has gained prominence in the field of science education and has been widely regarded as an important element in classroom management (CM). It is known that educators with EQ have a positive effect on academic achievement and that these teachers also increase their CM. This is also reflected in school…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Classroom Techniques, Teacher Characteristics, Classroom Environment
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