Teaching in the Post COVID 19 Era

Teaching in the Post COVID 19 Era

This handbook showcases extraordinary educational responses in exceptional times. The scholarly text discusses valuable innovations for teaching and learning in times of COVID-19 and beyond.

Author: Ismail Fayed

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3030740870

Category: Education

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This handbook showcases extraordinary educational responses in exceptional times. The scholarly text discusses valuable innovations for teaching and learning in times of COVID-19 and beyond. It examines effective teaching models and methods, technology innovations and enhancements, strategies for engagement of learners, unique approaches to teacher education and leadership, and important mental health and counseling models and supports. The unique solutions here implement and adapt effective digital technologies to support learners and teachers in critical times – for example, to name but a few: Florida State University’s Innovation Hub and interdisciplinary project-based approach; remote synchronous delivery (RSD) and blended learning approaches used in Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Interior Design, General Studies, and Business programs; University of California’s strategies for making resources affordable to students; resilient online assessment measures recommended from Qatar University; strategies in teacher education from the University of Toronto/OISE to develop equity in the classroom; simulation use in health care education; gamification strategies; innovations in online second language learning and software for new Canadian immigrants and refugees; effective RSD and online delivery of directing and acting courses by the Toronto Film School, Canada; academic literacy teaching in Colombia; inventive international programs between Japan and Taiwan, Japan and the USA, and Italy and the USA; and, imaginative teaching and assessment methods developed for online Kindergarten – Post-Secondary learners and teachers. Authors share unique global perspectives from a network of educators and researchers from more than thirty locations, schools, and post-secondary institutions worldwide. Educators, administrators, policymakers, and instructional designers will draw insights and guidelines from this text to sustain education during and beyond the COVID-19 era.
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Public Health and Economic Resiliency in the Post COVID 19 Era

Public Health and Economic Resiliency in the Post COVID 19 Era

INTRODUCTION ABSTRACT The COVID-19 pandemic has, over the last few months, ... and continuing education during the epidemic period of COVID-19.

Author: Kahime, Kholoud

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799882046

Category: Medical

Page: 276

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected individuals and caused destabilization of households and business activities. In emerging economies, many sectors and companies, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs), are severely influenced by the reduction or cessation of economic activity. Overcoming the COVID-19 virus and allowing the world to heal will allow the economy to grow more resilient. First, however, we must understand that old managerial practices can no longer generate competitive advantage in the post-pandemic world. Public Health and Economic Resiliency in the Post-COVID-19 Era presents epidemiological studies of the COVID-19 pandemic, identifies the impacts it has on human health, and analyzes the impacts on public health and economy. This management tool also discusses the socio-economic human vulnerability related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Covering topics such as risk analysis, quality management systems, and therapeutic systems, this book is a dynamic resource for academic researchers and investigators, university professors, students, epidemiologists, health professionals, economists, managers, sociologists, physicians, policymakers, government officials, and academicians.
Categories: Medical

Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education during COVID 19

Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education during COVID 19

Post-COVID-19. Era. Shytance. Wren. Introduction. It has been 44 years since the initiation of higher education in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Author: Roy Y. Chan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000426816

Category: Education

Page: 266

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This timely volume documents the immediate, global impacts of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) on teaching and learning in higher education. Focusing on student and faculty experiences of online and distance education, the text provides reflections on novel initiatives, unexpected challenges, and lessons learned. Responding to the urgent need to better understand online teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, this book investigates how the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) impacted students, faculty, and staff experiences during the COVID-19 lockdown. Chapters initially look at the challenges faced by universities and educators in their attempts to overcome the practical difficulties involved in developing effective online programming and pedagogy. The text then builds on these insights to highlight student experiences and consider issues of social connection and inequality. Finally, the volume looks forward to asking what lessons COVID-19 can offer for the future development of online and distance learning in higher education. This engaging volume will benefit researchers, academics, and educators with an interest in online teaching and eLearning, curriculum design, and more, specifically those involved with the digitalization of higher education. The text will also support further discussion and reflection around pedagogical transformation, international teaching and learning, and educational policy more broadly.
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Handbook of Research on Inequities in Online Education During Global Crises

Handbook of Research on Inequities in Online Education During Global Crises

Online university teaching during and after the Covid - 19 crisis : Refocusing ... Teaching in the post COVID - 19 Era : World education dilemmas , teaching ...

Author: Kyei-Blankson, Lydia

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799865353

Category: Education

Page: 640

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many educational institutions implemented social distancing interventions such as initiating closure, developing plans for employees to work remotely, and transitioning teaching and learning from face-to-face classrooms to online environments. The abrupt switch to online teaching and learning, for the most part, has been a massive change for administration, faculty, and students at traditional brick-and-mortar universities and colleges as concerns regarding the pedagogical soundness of this mode of delivery remain among some stakeholders. Not only that, but the switch has also revealed the inequities in the system when it comes to the types of students universities serve. It is important as institutions move forward with online instruction that consideration be made about all students and what policies and strategies need to be put into place to help support and meet the needs of all constituents now or when unprecedented situations arise. The only way this can be done is by documenting the experiences through the eyes of faculty who were at the frontline of providing instruction and advising services to students. The Handbook of Research on Inequities in Online Education During Global Crises brings to light the struggles faculty and students faced as they were required to switch to online education during the global COVID-19 health crisis. This crisis has revealed inequities in the educational system as well as the specific effects of inequities when it comes to learning online, and the chapters in this book provide information to help institutions be better prepared for online education or remote learning in the future. While highlighting topics such as new educational trends, remote instruction, diversity in education, and teaching and learning in a pandemic, this book is ideal for in-service and preservice teachers, administrators, teacher educators, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in the inequalities within the educational systems and the new policies and strategies put in place with online education to combat these issues and support the needs of all diverse student populations.
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The world universities response to COVID 19 remote online language teaching

The world universities    response to COVID 19  remote online language teaching

... and learning at AUL as a result of the pandemic that forced many institutions to rethink their strategies and reimagine teaching in a post-covid era.

Author: Nebojša Radić

Publisher: Research-publishing.net

ISBN: 9782490057917

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 406

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This collection of case studies is special for several reasons. Firstly, because of the geographical and institutional diversity of the authors, bringing together experiences of teaching under COVID-19 restrictions in the university language classroom from 18 countries and five continents. Secondly, the publication is interesting because of the variety of case studies that testify to different strategies and emphases in dealing with pandemic-related challenges. Finally, the case studies collected strikingly demonstrate the creative responses of language teachers in a variety of contexts to meet the challenges of the pandemic crisis (Dr Sabina Schaffner).
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism in the COVID 19 Era

Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism in the COVID 19 Era

post-secondary education, including WIL activities. Comparison of academic and professional publications served as the basis for developing the COVID-19 ...

Author: Androniki Kavoura

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030661540

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

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This book presents the latest findings of researchers from around the globe who presented their work at the 9th International Conference on Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism in the Covid-19 era. It provides up-to-date information and discusses current trends, issues, and debates, as well as theoretical and practical research, on strategic innovative marketing and tourism and applications from social media. Topics covered include social media in marketing and tourism hospitality, and strategic tools and techniques developed and implemented by some of the world’s leading research labs. In addition, the book brings together work from academia and industry.
Categories: Business & Economics

Shifting to Online Learning Through Faculty Collaborative Support

Shifting to Online Learning Through Faculty Collaborative Support

Rethinking education in the new normal post-COVID-19 era: A curriculum studies ... Teaching, technology, and teacher education during the COVID-19 pandemic: ...

Author: Crawford, Caroline M.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799869467

Category: Education

Page: 375

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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, most schools had to suddenly shift from traditional face-to-face courses to blended, synchronous, and asynchronous instructional environments. The impact upon the immediacy of remote learning was overwhelming to many faculty, instructional facilitators, teachers, and trainers. Many faculty and trainers have experience with the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of online and blended learning environments, while many faculty and trainers also do not have this knowledge nor experience. As such, the collegial workspace has developed into a collaborative work environment wherein the faculty are helping faculty, partially because the instructional designer staff and learning advisors are overwhelmed with the number of course projects that must be moved from traditional face-to-face course environments into an online environment within a short period of time. The faculty are helping each other make this move, offering course design and development support and also instructional tips and tricks that will support successful blended and online experiences that enhance learning outcomes. Shifting to Online Learning Through Faculty Collaborative Support focuses on supporting and enhancing blended and distance learning course design and development, successful tips for course design and teaching, techniques for online learning, and embracing collegial mentorship and facilitative support for course and faculty success. This book highlights the strength of collegial bonds while discussing tools, methods, procedural efforts, styles of engagement, learning theories, assessment efforts, and even social learning engagement implementations in online learning. It provides information and lessons and embraces a long-term approach towards understanding institutional impact and collegial support. This book is valuable for school administrators, teachers, course designers, instructional designers, school faculty, business and administrative leadership, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in how faculty collaborative support is playing a critical role in improving and developing successful online learning.
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COVID 19 in the Global South

COVID 19 in the Global South

It is expected that as the on- campus and online blended teaching and learning system becomes the new normal in the post- COVID- 19 era, ...

Author: Carmody, Pádraig

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529217278

Category: Social Science

Page: 160

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Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Bringing together a range of experts across various sectors, this important volume explores some of the key issues that have arisen in the Global South with the COVID-19 pandemic. Situating the worldwide health crisis within broader processes of globalisation, the book investigates implications for development and gender, as well as the effects on migration, climate change and economic inequality. Contributors consider how widespread and long-lasting responses to the pandemic should be, while paying particular attention to the accentuated risks faced by vulnerable populations. Providing answers that will be essential to development practitioners and policy makers, the book offers vital insights into how the impact of COVID-19 can be mitigated in some of the most challenging socio-economic contexts worldwide.
Categories: Social Science

COVID 19 and Education

COVID 19 and Education

Learning and Teaching in a Pandemic-Constrained Environment Christopher Cheong, ... A projection for psychiatry in the post-COVID-19 era: Potential trends, ...

Author: Christopher Cheong

Publisher: Informing Science

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 529

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Topics include work-integrated learning (internships), student well-being, and students with disabilities. Also,it explores the impact on assessments and academic integrity and what analysis of online systems tells us. Preface ................................................................................................................................ ix Section I: Introduction .................................................. 1 Chapter 1: COVID-19 Emergency Education Policy and Learning Loss: A Comparative Study ............................................................................................................ 3 Athena Vongalis-Macrow, Denise De Souza, Clare Littleton, Anna Sekhar Section II: Student and Teacher Perspectives .............. 27 Chapter 2: Classrooms Going Digital – Evaluating Online Presence Through Students’ Perception Using Community of Inquiry Framework .............................. 29 Hiep Cong Pham, Phuong Ai Hoang, Duy Khanh Pham, Nguyen Hoang Thuan, Minh Nhat Nguyen Chapter 3: A Study of Music Education, Singing, and Social Distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Perspectives of Music Teachers and Their Students in Hong Kong, China .......................................................................................................... 51 Wai-Chung Ho Hong Kong Baptist University Chapter 4: The Architectural Design Studio During a Pandemic: A Hybrid Pedagogy of Virtual and Experiential Learning .......................................................... 75 Cecilia De Marinis, Ross T. Smith Chapter 5: Enhancing Online Education with Intelligent Discussion Tools ........ 97 Jake Renzella, Laura Tubino, Andrew Cain, Jean-Guy Schneider Section III: Student Experience ................................... 115 Chapter 6: Australian Higher Education Student Perspectives on Emergency Remote Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic ............................................... 117 Christopher Cheong, Justin Filippou, France Cheong, Gillian Vesty, Viktor Arity Chapter 7: Online Learning and Engagement with the Business Practices During Pandemic ......................................................................................................................... 151 Aida Ghalebeigi, Ehsan Gharaie Chapter 8: Effects of an Emergency Transition to Online Learning in Higher Education in Mexico ..................................................................................................... 165 Deon Victoria Heffington, Vladimir Veniamin Cabañas Victoria Chapter 9: Factors Affecting the Quality of E-Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic From the Perspective of Higher Education Students ............................ 189 Kesavan Vadakalur Elumalai, Jayendira P Sankar, Kalaichelvi R, Jeena Ann John, Nidhi Menon, Mufleh Salem M Alqahtani, May Abdulaziz Abumelha Disabilities ................................................................. 213 Chapter 10: Learning and Working Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Wellbeing Literacy Perspective on Work Integrated Learning Students ............... 215 Nancy An, Gillian Vesty, Christopher Cheong Chapter 11: Hands-on Learning in a Hands-off World: Project-Based Learning as a Method of Student Engagement and Support During the COVID-19 Crisis .. 245 Nicole A. Suarez, Ephemeral Roshdy, Dana V. Bakke, Andrea A. Chiba, Leanne Chukoskie Chapter 12: Positive and Contemplative Pedagogies: A Holistic Educational Approach to Student Learning and Well-being ........................................................ 265 Sandy Fitzgerald (née Ng) Chapter 13: Taking Advantage of New Opportunities Afforded by the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Responsive and Dynamic Library and Information Science Work Integrated Learning .............................................................................. 297 Jessie Lymn, Suzanne Pasanai Chapter 14: Online Learning for Students with Disabilities During COVID-19 Lockdown ....................................................................................................................... 313 Mark Taylor Section V: Teacher Practice .......................................... 331 Chapter 15: From Impossibility to Necessity: Reflections on Moving to Emergency Remote University Teaching During COVID-19 ............................... 333 Mikko Rajanen Chapter 16: Business (Teaching) as Usual Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study of Online Teaching Practice in Hong Kong ......................................... 355 Tsz Kit Ng, Rebecca Reynolds, Man Yi (Helen) Chan, Xiu Han Li, Samuel Kai Wah Chu Chapter 17: Secondary School Language Teachers’ Online Learning Engagement during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia ......................................................... 385 Imelda Gozali, Anita Lie, Siti Mina Tamah, Katarina Retno Triwidayati, Tresiana Sari Diah Utami, Fransiskus Jemadi Chapter 18: Riding the COVID-19 Wave: Online Learning Activities for a Field-based Marine Science Unit ........................................................................................... 415 PF Francis Section VI: Assessment and Academic Integrity .......... 429 Chapter 19: Student Academic Integrity in Online Learning in Higher Education in the Era of COVID-19 .............................................................................................. 431 Carolyn Augusta, Robert D. E. Henderson Chapter 20: Assessing Mathematics During COVID-19 Times ............................ 447 Simon James, Kerri Morgan, Guillermo Pineda-Villavicencio, Laura Tubino Chapter 21: Preparedness of Institutions of Higher Education for Assessment in Virtual Learning Environments During the COVID-19 Lockdown: Evidence of Bona Fide Challenges and Pragmatic Solutions ........................................................ 465 Talha Sharadgah, Rami Sa’di Section VII: Social Media, Analytics, and Systems ...... 487 Chapter 22: Learning Disrupted: A Comparison of Two Consecutive Student Cohorts ............................................................................................................................ 489 Peter Vitartas, Peter Matheis Chapter 23: What Twitter Tells Us about Online Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic ................................................................................................................... 503 Sa Liu, Jason R Harron
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Handbook of Research on Sustaining SMEs and Entrepreneurial Innovation in the Post COVID 19 Era

Handbook of Research on Sustaining SMEs and Entrepreneurial Innovation in the Post COVID 19 Era

... and improving entrepreneurship teaching and knowledge - transfer activities ... Sustaining SMEs and Entrepreneurial Innovation in the PostCOVID - 19 Era ...

Author: Baporikar, Neeta

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799866343

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 676

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A multidimensional approach to entrepreneurship, especially in the post-COVID-19 era, will have an important influence on the state of business and government, especially when considering the effects of technological development, innovation, glocalization, and nationalization policies that need to be adopted for inclusive sustainable growth, as well as the enhanced and efficient utilization of global resources. That means there is likely to be a shift in how entrepreneurship development and entrepreneurial opportunities will be perceived, developed, and resourced. The question is how to sustain SMEs and entrepreneurial innovation in the post-COVID-19 era. Thus, comprehensive research and knowledge on designing policies and approaches to ensure the sustainability of SMEs and entrepreneurial innovation in post-pandemic times are essential to sustain, stimulate, and foster SMEs, entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial innovations. The Handbook of Research on Sustaining SMEs and Entrepreneurial Innovation in the Post-COVID-19 Era provides research dedicated to entrepreneurship with a special emphasis on the sustainability of SMEs and entrepreneurial innovations in the post-COVID-19 era. It provides discussion and the exchange of information on principles, strategies, models, techniques, methodologies, and applications of entrepreneurship in the post-COVID-19 era in the field of public and private organizations. The chapters communicate the latest developments and thinking on the entrepreneurship subject worldwide by drawing on the latest developments, ideas, research, and best practice to examine the implications of the changes taking place due to COVID-19. This book is ideally intended for entrepreneurs, global organizations, small and medium-sized enterprises, managers, executives, government officials, policymakers, researchers, academicians, and students who are interested in learning about, designing, or implementing policies that are more effective in the post-pandemic era.
Categories: Business & Economics

Higher Education at the Crossroads of Disruption

Higher Education at the Crossroads of Disruption

Georgia Tech's Post-Covid-19 Future Doubtless, it is highly interesting to see how a pioneer in online education itself forecasts the post-Covid-19 era.

Author: Andreas Kaplan

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781800715011

Category: Education

Page: 168

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Higher Education at the Crossroads of Disruption: The University of the 21st Century looks at the various areas of higher education that will likely undergo radical changes. This books examines how teaching formats will vary, and how curricula and course content will evolve.
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E Revolution In Indian Higher Education With COVID 1

E Revolution In Indian Higher Education With COVID 1

The chapter presented the possible methods to establish the transformation process of higher education in post-COVID-19 era. It includes a digital method of ...

Author: A. M. Rawani & A.K. Singh

Publisher: Sankalp Publication

ISBN: 9789390636143

Category: Education

Page: 156

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The novel corona virus has changed the world in a very short time span. Almost all the sectors of the economy have been disrupted very badly. The Indian higher education sector has also been affected by the closure of the country. It's approximately seven months of the closure of the institution and still, the reopening of the institute in complete physical mode is not certain. The closure may affect supply of knowledgeable pass out graduates to support the other sector of the economy and ultimately hamper the nation-building process in the long run. Therefore, an effort has been made to suggest the strategic direction for the reestablishment of the Indian higher education processes in the post-COVID-19 outbreak. At first, the traditional method to accomplish higher education processes is presented. Thereafter, all possible ways that may be adopted by institutions to accomplish the Indian higher education are explored. The new suggested alternate method has few challenges too, which are also highlighted in one chapter of the book. Further, quality of online education is measured by conducting survey and findings are included in one of the chapter of the book. After that policy to govern the online education is suggested. Thereafter the preparedness to maintain the higher education process in the post-COIVD-19 pandemic is incorporated. Few strategies are also formulated based on the SWOT analysis of Indian higher education in regards to COVID-19 and presented in a separate chapter. At the end, a conceptual model is proposed to demonstrate the future of higher education. The book will provide strategic direction to the stakeholders of education sectors especially the Indian higher education sector to continue the education process in post COVID-19 outbreak and also be benefited with the e-revolution which has come in Indian higher education with COVID-19.
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Higher education s response to the Covid 19 pandemic

Higher education s response to the Covid 19 pandemic

Innovations in teaching and learning have been implemented. ... would have wished to Re-thinking African higher education in the post-Covid-19 era Page 167.

Author: Sjur Bergan

Publisher: Council of Europe

ISBN: 9789287188236

Category: Political Science

Page: 330

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A particularly timely book, given the high proportion of international students and staff in higher education Public health was the immediate concern when the Covid-19 pandemic struck in Asia, then in Europe and other parts of the world. The response of our education systems is no less vital. Higher education has played a major role in responding to the pandemic and it must help shape a better, more equitable and just post-Covid-19 world. This book explores the various responses of higher education to the pandemic across Europe and North America, with contributions also from Africa, Asia and South America. The contributors write from the perspective of higher education leaders with institutional responsibility, as well as from that of public authorities or specialists in specific aspects of higher education policy and practice. Some contributions analyse how specific higher education institutions reacted, while others reflect on the impact of Covid-19 on key issues such as internationalisation, finance, academic freedom and institutional autonomy, inclusion and equality and public responsibility. The book describes the various ways in which higher education is facing the Covid-19 pandemic. It is designed to help universities, specifically their staff and students as well as their partners, contribute to a more sustainable and democratic future.
Categories: Political Science

Technology and Innovation in Learning Teaching and Education

Technology and Innovation in Learning  Teaching and Education

Cahapay, M.B.: Rethinking education in the new normal post-COVID-19 era: a curriculum studies perspective. Aquademia 4(2), ep20018 (2020) 43.

Author: Arsénio Reis

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030739881

Category: Education

Page: 534

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Conference on Technology and Innovation in Learning, Teaching and Education, TECH-EDU 2020, held in Vila Real, Portugal, in December 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held in a fully virtual format. The 27 revised full papers along with 15 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 79 submissions.The papers are organized in topical sections on ​digital resources as epistemic tools to improve STEM learning; digital technologies to foster critical thinking and monitor self and co-regulation of e-learning; Covid-19 pandemic, changes in educational ecosystem and remote teaching; transforming teaching and learning through technology; educational proposals using technology to foster learning competences.
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The Bloomsbury Handbook of Rural Education in the United States

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Rural Education in the United States

Policy in an Era of Rapid Change The postCovid-19 era is likely to be a period of great change in education—but, it is important to remember that the ...

Author: Amy Price Azano

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350172012

Category: Education

Page: 416

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This handbook begins with a foundational overview of rural education, examining the ways in which definitions, histories, policies, and demographic changes influence rural schools. This foundational approach includes how corporatization, population changes, poverty, and the role of data affect everyday learning in rural schools. In following sections, the contributors consider how school closures, charter schools, and district governance influence decision making in rural schooling, while also examining the influence of these structures on higher education attainment, rural school partnerships, and school leadership. They explore curriculum studies in rural education, including place-based and trauma-informed pedagogies, rural literacies, rural stereotype threat, and achievement. Finally, they engage with issues of identity and equity in rural schools by providing an overview of the literature related to diverse populations in rural places, including Indigenous, Black, and Latinx communities, and exceptional learners. Importantly, this handbook applies theoretical tools to rural classroom experiences, demonstrating the potential of work centered at the intersection of theory, rurality, and classroom practice. Each section concludes with a response by an international scholar, situating the topics covered within the broader global context.
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Handbook of Research on Remote Work and Worker Well Being in the Post COVID 19 Era

Handbook of Research on Remote Work and Worker Well Being in the Post COVID 19 Era

Research has correlated perceived teaching presence with greater student ... CONCLUSION: HIGHER EDUCATION POST COVID-19 It remains unknown whether the post ...

Author: Wheatley, Daniel

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799867562

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 420

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With the introduction of policies to combat COVID-19, far greater numbers of employees across the globe—including those with limited job autonomy—have moved to undertake their entire job at home. Although challenging in the current climate, embracing these flexible modes of work such as working at home, including relevant investment in technology to enable this, will not only deliver potential organizational benefits but also increase the adaptability of the labor market in the short and longer terms. Although perhaps not the central concern of many in the current climate, “good” home-based work is achievable and perhaps even a solution to the current work-based dilemma created by COVID-19 and should be a common goal for individuals, organizations, and society. Research also has shifted to focus on the routines of workers, organizational performance, and well-being of companies and their employees along with reflections on the ways in which these developments may influence and alter the nature of paid work into the post-COVID-19 era. The Handbook of Research on Remote Work and Worker Well-Being in the Post-COVID-19 Era focuses on the rapid expansion of remote working in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic and the impacts it has had on both employees and businesses. The content of the book progresses understanding and raises awareness of the benefits and challenges faced by large-scale movements to remote working, considering the wide array of different ways in which the large-scale movement to remote working is impacting working lives and the economy. This book covers how different fields of work are responding and implementing remote work along with providing a presentation of how work occurs in digital spaces and the impacts on different topics such as gender dynamics and virtual togetherness. It is an ideal reference book for HR professionals, business managers, executives, entrepreneurs, policymakers, researchers, students, practitioners, academicians, and business professionals interested in the latest research on remote working and its impacts.
Categories: Business & Economics

The New Normal

The New Normal

... Life and Familial Bonding in the Post COVID 19 Era H Chaturvedi, Ajoy Kumar Dey ... among employees in general, and teachers and students in particular.

Author: H Chaturvedi

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9789354351204

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 362

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Each article in the book demystifies the multidimensional impact that the pandemic has had on the professional and personal spheres of the human lives. The authors who have shared their knowledge and research hail from Austria, Bangladesh, France, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and USA. Further, the fact that the authors include University Vice Chancellors, Directors, and Distinguished Professors, suggests that the insights provided in the articles are unparalleled, diverse, boundaryless and unique. The 23 articles in this book are divided in 5 sections namely Families Disconnecting or Reconnecting, Disrupted Lives During Pandemic, Reflecting on Professional Life, Revisiting Organizational Culture and Well-being, and Business and Academia Surviving the Crisis.
Categories: Business & Economics

The COVID 19 Pandemic India and the World

The COVID 19 Pandemic  India and the World

HIGHER. EDUCATION. IN. THE. POST-COVID. ERA. India. and. the. world. Saumen. Chattopadhyay. DOI: 10.4324/9781003220145-24 ...

Author: Rajib Bhattacharyya

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000463064

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 466

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This book analyses the economic and social impact of the Covid-19 crisis with special focus on India. It examines the economic disruption caused by the pandemic, policy responses to it and the prospect of a severe global recession. It also covers how the pandemic has contributed to considerable suffering among the masses and affected socio-cultural relationships, behavioural patterns and psychological attitudes governing human interaction. A topical and timely collection on the pandemic, the essays in the volume discuss several key themes which include, · The Corona pandemic and the changing global economy; growth, trade and macroeconomic recovery; · Public health and policy failures; appropriate policy response; · Impact on education; guidelines for the future; · Idea of economic herd immunity; impact of India’s lockdown, crisis of the migrant labourers; · Impact on agriculture, industry, firms, households and the informal sector; · Implications of digital technology for production, labour and labour relations; · Violence amidst the virus; Covid 19 and Hindu- Muslim conflict in India, domestic violence, questions of occupation, identity, gender and vulnerability; · De-globalisation and environmental challenges in the post-Covid era. Engagingly written, this comprehensive volume compiles original research by leading economists from India and abroad. It will be useful for scholars and researchers of economics, of the Indian economy, development economics, development studies, labour studies, public policy, public administration, governance, sociology and political economy.
Categories: Business & Economics