IAFOR Journal of Education: Volume 9 – Issue 2 – COVID-19: Education Responses to a Pandemic

IAFOR Journal of Education: Volume 9 – Issue 2 – COVID-19: Education Responses to a Pandemic
Editor-in-Chief: Yvonne Masters
Published: April 2, 2021
ISSN: 2187-0594

Editor's Introduction

Welcome to Volume 9 – Issue 2 – IAFOR Journal of Education: COVID-19: Education Responses to a Pandemic
Yvonne Masters, Editor-in-Chief, IAFOR Journal of Education


The Impact of Faculty Experience with Emergency Remote Teaching: An Interpretive Phenomenological Study
Maha Al-Freih, Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, Saudi Arabia

Teaching Future Educators During a Global Pandemic
Jacquelynne Anne Boivin, Bridgewater State University, USA
Kathryn Welby, Merrimack College, USA

An Educator’s Response to COVID-19: Preservice Teachers’ Perspectives on Flipped Distance Education
Osman Çil, Kırşehir Ahi Evran University, Turkey

Why Graded Assessment for Undergraduates During the COVID-19 Lockdown? An Experience Introspection
Abdullatif Alshamsi, Higher Colleges of Technology, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Alex Zahavich, Higher Colleges of Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Samar El-Farra, Higher Colleges of Technology, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Teaching Practice Online: Challenges in Japan, India and Kenya Under Pandemic
Per-Olof Hansson, Linköping University, Sweden

Motivating Online Learning through Project-Based Learning During the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic
Avneet Hira, Boston College, Massachusetts, USA
Emma Anderson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USA

Distance Teaching Practicum: Its Impact on Pre-Service EFL Teachers’ Preparedness for Teaching
Gülten Koşar, Hatay Mustafa Kemal University, Turkey

Teacher Professional Learning Whilst in Quarantine: A Case Study from China
Kevin Laws, The University of Sydney, Australia
Feng Xun, Tengzhou Zhoudairu Kindergartens, China

Using a Design Thinking Approach for an Asynchronous Learning Platform during COVID-19
Lori Severino, Drexel University, USA
Mark Petrovich, Drexel University, USA
Samantha Mercanti-Anthony, Drexel University, USA
Samuel Fischer, Read by 4th, USA

Emergency Response in Educational Policies during COVID-19 in Nepal: A Critical Review
Sagun Shrestha, Dublin City University, Ireland
Laxman Gnawali, Kathmandu University, Nepal

Online University Teaching at the time of COVID-19 (2020): An Australian Perspective
Erika K. Smith, Western Sydney University, Australia
Ece Kaya, University of Technology Sydney, Australia