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Williams, Tamika K.; McIntosh, Robert W.; Russell, William B., III. – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
This study uses the phenomenological approach to qualitative research to explore the COVID-19 distance learning experiences of educators who served students with varying digital access and efficacy. The researchers analyzed survey data collected from 13 educators that was used to guide a focus group discussion with 11 educators. The participants…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Educational Technology
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Reyes, Adriana-Elizabeth – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
The main aim of this paper was to analyze how medicinal gardens in secondary schools can improve teaching-learning processes in rural settings. The sample comprised 179 students (69.3% girls) from a rural public secondary school in the province of Huila (Colombia). The age of the participants ranged from 15 to 17 years with a mean of 15.86 years…
Descriptors: Plants (Botany), Gardening, Situated Learning, Secondary School Students
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Molise, Habasisa V. – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
This paper aims to explore the pathways to mitigate challenges of learner academic (LAP) performance in a Grade 10 economics class in South Africa. The challenge of poor LAP has ushered a myriad of predicaments in schools globally. These predicaments include lack of teacher inclusion in decision making, inability to work cooperatively together,…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Academic Failure, Grade 10, Economics Education
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Patimo, Donald M. – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
Teachers play a significant role in the preparation of our youth as they make important decisions about education, work, and life. Existing studies on the correlations between teaching proficiency and academic performance of the students are primarily limited to elementary, secondary, and tertiary levels. Considering the big difference between…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Teaching Experience, Teacher Characteristics, College Faculty
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Tahili, Mashuri H.; Tolla, Ismail; Saman, Abdul; Ahmad, Mohd. Arifin; Samad, Sulaiman – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
This study measures the effect of strategic collaboration approach on the Educational National Standards (ENS) and the basic education service quality at local government in Indonesia The research used a quantitative method. We used 489 teachers and 271 school principals in primary and secondary schools. The data were collected through…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Academic Standards, Strategic Planning, Elementary Secondary Education
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Avunduk, Yesim – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
The study aimed to determine the relationship between the job performance of individuals working in the sports industry and their perceived stress. The sample of the study consisted of a total of 474 people including 361 males and 113 females that working in a private company operating in the sports industry in Istanbul, and they were selected by…
Descriptors: Employees, Private Sector, Athletics, Job Performance
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Nel, Carisma; Botha, Carolina; Marais, Elma – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
The changes taking place in the schooling landscape because of the coronavirus are real and meaningful and have implications for the training of preservice teachers, especially the teaching practicum component of their initial teacher education programs. The havoc caused by COVID-19 forced many faculties of education into a state of 'panic-gogy'…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Preservice Teacher Education, Practicums
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Marais, Elma – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced lecturers at South African universities to reconceptualise their teaching and learning activities. Universities had to embark on remote teaching to salvage the 2020 academic year. This created the opportunity to draw on students' creative and digital skills to promote digital storytelling as a way of enhancing…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, College Students, Readiness
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de Klerk, Edwin Darrell; Palmer, June Monica; Alexander, Greg – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
Transforming the learning experiences of pre-service teachers with disabilities from stigma and social exclusion to experiencing a sense of belonging, is a desirable imperative for learning mediators in the South African Higher Education (SAHE) context. This paper presents a relational content analysis of the concepts, theories and policies,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Students with Disabilities, Higher Education, Equal Education
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Wolhuter, Charl; Jacobs, Lynette – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
This paper argues that the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic created a space to reconceptualise education and rethink priorities. Although no one will deny the devastating impact of the pandemic, humans have been able to continue with various projects, including the global education project, largely made possible through unprecedented technology…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Global Education, Educational Change
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Makwembere, Sandra – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
Disability is a social force that arguably creates more education problems for students with disabilities than their impairments. Understanding it as a form of social oppression can lead to less exclusionary teaching and learning attitudes, beliefs, expectations and practices. Numerous studies have looked at the experiences of staff and students…
Descriptors: Barriers, Students with Disabilities, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Dube, Bekithemba; Ndaba, Xolisile P. – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
This paper discusses using bricolage to mitigate the struggles faced by progressed learners in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, in the context of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Most progressed learners perform poorly in many subjects, especially sciences. Their struggle has stimulated the need to find ways to enhance their performance. Reinvented…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Rural Schools
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Makwembere, Sandra; Matarirano, Obert; Jere, Nobert R. – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed South African historically disadvantaged institutions, that had not yet reached advanced levels of technology use in teaching and learning, to find immediate solutions to salvage the disrupted academic year. Interactions with students, which had predominantly been face-to-face, shifted to various online…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries, School Closing
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van der Spuy, Alicia; Jayakrishnan, Lakshmi – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
Storytelling is an important tool through which to make sense of life experiences. Stories can be classified as personal narratives, historical documentaries and those that inform the viewer about a specific concept or practice. These narratives can be used to promote discussion about current issues in the world. Storytelling can thus be seen as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Student Attitudes, Personal Narratives
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Omodan, Bunmi Isaiah; Tsotetsi, Cias T.; Ige, Olugbenga A. – Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2021
The advent of COVID-19 and its implication on university education has been the bone of contention in recent times. The COVID-19 emergency has led to a change in knowledge inputs, processes, and outputs. This trajectory has demotivated student approaches to their learning. In response to this revolution, this study provides motivational strategies…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Electronic Learning, Online Courses
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