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Wheeler, Darren A.; Waite, Brandon C. – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Internships are an integral component of most undergraduate and graduate public administration programs. These learning opportunities allow students to get practical experience in a workplace setting before graduation and provide them with an opportunity to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to the "real world." But what are…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Internship Programs, Student Experience
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Rawat, Stuti; Yan, Yifei; Wu, Alfred M.; Vyas, Lina – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Public administration education is traditionally known for its emphasis on interaction, discussion and experiential learning, which require effective in-person instructions. With COVID-19 pushing many programmes across the globe to be delivered online rather than in person, how this shift has affected the student experience in public…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Student Attitudes, COVID-19, Pandemics
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McDonald, Bruce D., III – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Research on the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) has tended to have a bad reputation within the field of public administration. In this manuscript, I discuss the issue of impactful research within the field and provide an argument for why we should be focusing more on pedagogical research than more traditional avenues. Not only does…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Public Administration Education, Periodicals, Scholarship
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Jakoet-Salie, Amina; Ramalobe, Kutu – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
In the year 2021, the world was exposed to and is still facing a health pandemic, the COVID-19 pandemic. The modes of learning and teaching had to adapt to the unexpected challenges and multiple demands on education because of the turbulent waters of COVID-19. The situation remains fluid as there is an international and national escalation of the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teaching Methods, Learning Strategies
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't Hart, Paul – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
This reflective contribution tells the story of a veteran public sector crisis management (CM) researcher's 35-year journey with educating students and CM practitioners. It offers preliminary insights about how the pandemic experience might -- and should -- induce a significant rethink of how educators conceptualize the nature of crises and the…
Descriptors: Crisis Management, Pandemics, COVID-19, Public Sector
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Selvanathan, Mahiswaran; Velloo, Prakash; Varughese, Susha; Jeevanantham, Moganavatsala – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has engulfed the whole planet, including the education sector in Malaysia. As a result, the quality of lecturers' work is critical in maintaining the number of students in a university, particularly during a pandemic. Lecturers are put through their paces as they move from traditional to e-learning, learning new ways to teach…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Student Satisfaction
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Selvanathan, Mahiswaran; Hussin, Nur Atikah Mohamed; Azazi, Noor Alyani Nor – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Recently, the whole globe was affected by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which caused a major disruption in every economy sector as well as the education sector. Most of the education systems in the world shifted to a full online learning method, either conducted in a synchronous or asynchronous method. Thus, making the traditional teaching…
Descriptors: Student Experience, COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education
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Marks, Peter; Knassmüller, Monika – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic forced surprised governments worldwide to act fast and decisively, often revealing lack of preparation for this kind of situation. However, such crises are expected to occur far more frequently than ever before. To keep societies prospering, governments, administrations, and civil servants will have to adapt quickly and…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Teaching Methods, Resilience (Psychology), Educational Change
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Nurlybaeva, Guliya K. – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
The main aim of the study was to analyze the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic both on the public services and on public administration (PA) education, to find out how the process of teaching of future public administrators had changed during the Pandemic and how these changes could possibly influence the process of teaching public administrators in…
Descriptors: Teaching Experience, Public Administration Education, Foreign Countries, COVID-19
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Awaah, Fred; Okebukola, Peter; Shabani, Juma; Raheem, Kolawole; Ahove, Michael; Onowugbeda, Franklin; Agbanimu, Deborah – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
The rationale of this study is first hinged on research deficit in topic difficulty in the public administration curriculum in African universities. Further, there is no single study in the humanities, particularly public administration (PA), that has explored the efficacy of the Culturo-Techno-Contextual Approach (CTCA) in easing learning…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Teaching Methods, Politics, Administrative Organization
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Magarò, Patrizia; Accordino, Loic; Cugnetto, Davide; Gheorghe, Constantin; Keqi, Anduela; Laigueglia, Chiara; Luciani, Ludovica; Pellegrino, Giovanni; Scarola, Laura; Süto, Brigitta Tünde; Valle, Margherita – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
The article focuses on challenges and disruption in the higher education sector in Italy due to COVID-19 pandemic. The study explores the experience of the Single-Cycle Master's Degree in Law of the University of Genoa, especially taking into account students' perspective.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Higher Education, Educational Change
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Hewlett, Lynn; Werbeloff, Merle – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Mixed methods approaches are increasing advocated for researching complex problems in the social sciences, but they are not widely used by postgraduate students of public management. This article describes a study where qualitative and quantitative methods lecturers worked collaboratively to design and teach both methodology courses in an…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Graduate Students, Mixed Methods Research, Curriculum Design
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de Vries, Michiel S.; Kroukamp, Hendri – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Courses and training in public decision-making have often disappeared from Public Administration curricula. This paper argues that this is unfortunate as skills therein are severely needed to steer developments towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Whereas some see this as a macro development that befalls countries, this paper argues…
Descriptors: Decision Making Skills, Industry, Public Administration Education, Skill Development
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Munoz-del-Campo, Norma – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
If the aim of developing public policies is to solve social issues, it is worth asking whether the higher education programs for future public servants are being adapted to the demands of our societies. If we also recognize a relationship between education and political capacity, then it is pertinent to study the development of knowledge, skills,…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Teaching Methods, Masters Programs, Public Policy
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HassenYimam, Mohammed – Teaching Public Administration, 2023
Purpose: The aim of this study was to examine the impact of leadership styles on employee commitment at Bahir Dar University. Methodology: In order to achieve the objectives of the study, a cross-sectional survey design was conducted on a sample of 372 employees from eight different campuses of Bahir Dar University. A stratified sampling technique…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership Styles, School Personnel, College Faculty
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