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2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (4) ◽  
pp. 377
Abdus Salam

Abstract not availableInternational Journal of Human and Health Sciences Vol. 05 No. 04 October’21 Page: 377-380

Claire Luby ◽  
Emily Tepe ◽  
Laura Irish ◽  
Thomas Michaels ◽  
Emily Hoover

2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (14) ◽  
pp. 7664
Leejin Choi ◽  
Sunjoo Chung

With the spread of COVID-19 worldwide, teaching and learning have occurred remotely and on digital platforms. An abrupt transition to online education, however, has posited unprecedented challenges for educators, who have been forced to adjust to remote learning with little to no time to prepare. Focusing on the case of an English language program in South Korea, this case study examines the challenges and strategies that were emerging in the crisis-prompted online language learning and teaching context. In particular, this case study focuses on investigating what types of strategies English as-a foreign language (EFL) instructors with little prior experience teaching online used to create a sustainable and authentic technology-mediated language learning environment, and how they motivated language learners to actively participate in sustainable language development and use. Findings provide educators and administrators who have little to no experience teaching online with practical suggestions and ideas to consider. They can use these concepts to adapt their lesson plans to online platforms and design and deliver high-quality lessons that ensure students feel connected to their learning process and have sustainable language learning experiences.

2021 ◽  
Vol 6 (3) ◽  
pp. 121-123
Sandra E Carr ◽  
Katrine Nehyba ◽  
Bríd Phillips

2021 ◽  
Vol 7 (3) ◽  
pp. 203-212
Zargane Kawtar ◽  
Erradi Mohamed ◽  
Khaldi Mohamed

The purpose of this article is to contribute to enriching the models are intended to be promoted teachers and trainers reuse of pedagogical scenarios. We offer some of the steps of the scenarios of learning at the level of education and e learning. We also study tools lesson plan in teaching online, which can be provided to practitioner’s new ways. In addition, as a computing environment in terms of collaboration, we are particularly interested in the phase teaching situation collaborative, the purpose of which is to describe the use of simulations free in a learning environment specific.

2021 ◽  
Vol 20 (3) ◽  
pp. ar34
Lisa L. Walsh ◽  
Sandra Arango-Caro ◽  
Emma R. Wester ◽  
Kristine Callis-Duehl

Biology faculty across the United States were surveyed to chronicle their experiences with the COVID-19 emergency transition to remote teaching. Polarizing differences were seen in faculty responses based on previous experience teaching online and formal training received. The results underline the importance of training and highlight difficulties to address.

Brandi Fox ◽  
Margaret Bearman ◽  
Robin Bellingham ◽  
Andrea North‐Samardzic ◽  
Simona Scarparo ◽  

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