COVID-19 and Education: Learning and Teaching in a Pandemic-Constrained Environment

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Christopher Cheong, Jo Coldwell-Neilson, Kathryn MacCallum, Tian Luo, Anthony Scime
Informing Science, May 28, 2021 - Education - 529 pages

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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Contents

Classrooms Going Digital Evaluating Online Presence Through Students Perception Using Community of Inquiry Framework
29
Literature Review
30
Methodology
34
Interview Findings
36
Discussion
41
Conclusion and Limitations
42
References
43
Interview Questions
48
A Study of Music Education Singing and Social Distancing during the COVID19 Pandemic Perspectives of Music Teachers and Their Students in Ho...
51
The Fight Against COVID19 Through Singing with Social Distancing
52
The Study
54
Discussion
67
Conclusions Limitations and Implications
69
References
70
Teachers and Students Interview Questions
74
Enhancing Online Education with Intelligent Discussion Tools
75
Context
76
COVID19s Disruption
82
Methodology
83
Results
85
Discussion
87
Conclusion
89
References
90
Section Editors
93
Australian Higher Education Student Perspectives on Emergency Remote Teaching During the COVID19 Pandemic
95
Background
96
Methodology
101
Findings
104
Discussion
115
Conclusion
121
Acknowledgements
123
References
124
Online Learning and Engagement with the Business Practices During Pandemic
129
Approach
130
Context
131
Pandemic Impact
133
Redesign Process
134
Conclusions
138
Limitations
139
Effects of an Emergency Transition to Online Learning in Higher Education in Mexico
143
Theoretical Framework
144
Methodology
149
Findings
153
Discussion
160
Conclusions
162
References
164
Factors Affecting the Quality of ELearning During the COVID19 Pandemic From the Perspective of Higher Education Students
167
Literature Review and Hypothesis Development
169
Key Determinants of Quality of Elearning
172
Methodology
173
Results
175
Discussion and Implications
181
Conclusion
182
Acknowledgements
183
Section Editor
191
Learning and Working Online During the COVID19 Pandemic A Wellbeing Literacy Perspective on Work Integrated Learning Students
193
Background
194
Methodology
199
Findings
203
Discussion
213
Conclusion
215
Acknowledgements
216
Handson Learning in a Handsoff World ProjectBased Learning as a Method of Student Engagement and Support During the COVID19 Crisis
223
Literature Review
224
Purpose
227
Context and Setting
229
Discussion
231
Limitations
233
Future Directions for Digitally Delivered ProjectBased Learning
234
Conclusion
235
Positive and Contemplative Pedagogies A Holistic Educational Approach to Student Learning and Wellbeing
243
The Opportunity to Reset the Purpose of Higher Education
244
The Wholeperson Approach
245
Higher Education Students and The University Environment
246
Importance of Student Wellbeing on Student Performance
247
A Holistic Transformation of University Education
249
The Positive Education Movement
250
References
261
Taking Advantage of New Opportunities Afforded by the COVID19 Pandemic A Case Study in Responsive and Dynamic Library and Information S...
275
Setting the Scene
276
WIL in the School of Information Studies
278
Findings and Applications
284
Conclusion
287
References
288
Online Learning for Students with Disabilities During COVID19 Lockdown
291
Learning Characteristics of Students with Disabilities
292
Academic Outcomes of Emergency Remote Learning
296
Online Learning for Students with Disabilities
298
Advantages of Online Learning for Students with Disabilities
300
Concerns with Online Learning for Students with Disabilities
303
Conclusion and Recommendations
304
Section Editors
309
From Impossibility to Necessity Reflections on Moving to Emergency Remote University Teaching During COVID19
311
Methodology
312
Retrospective Reflection
315
Experiences and Outcomes
319
Conclusions
326
References
330
Business Teaching as Usual Amid the COVID19 Pandemic A Case Study of Online Teaching Practice in Hong Kong
333
Literature Review
334
Research Method
340
Three Challenges of Distance Learning
346
Limitations
351
References
352
Six Effective Instructional Practices in Online Teaching
361
Interview Question Guideline
362
Secondary School Language Teachers Online Learning Engagement during the COVID19 Pandemic in Indonesia
363
Literature Review
365
Methods
368
Findings and Discussion
371
Conclusion and Recommendations
385
References
386
Appendix
390
Riding the COVID19 Wave Online Learning Activities for a Fieldbased Marine Science Unit
393
Context
395
Discussion
400
Conclusion
402
References
403
Section Editors
407
Student Academic Integrity in Online Learning in Higher Education in the Era of COVID19
409
Issues and Strategies for Academic Integrity
411
Conclusions and Summary of Recommendations
418
References
420
Assessing Mathematics During COVID19 Times
425
Online Alternatives to Invigilated Examinations
426
Contextual and Practical Considerations on Alternatives
428
Pedagogical Considerations on Alternatives
429
Trichotomy of Units
431
Discussion
438
Final Thoughts
441
Preparedness of Institutions of Higher Education for Assessment in Virtual Learning Environments During the COVID19 Lockdown Evidence of Bo...
443
Method
446
Findings
447
Discussion
449
Limitations and Future Research
454
Acknowledgements
455
Copy of ESurvey
460
Section Editor
465
Learning Disrupted A Comparison of Two Consecutive Student Cohorts
467
Literature
468
Methodology
470
Findings
473
Discussion
476
Limitations and Future Research
477
References
478
What Twitter Tells Us about Online Education During the COVID19 Pandemic
481
Methodology
484
Discussion
491
Conclusion
492
References
493
Editors
499
Authors
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