Social Education Research

ISSN: 2717-5723 (Print) 2717-5731 (Online) Description

Social Education Research (SER) is an open-access and peer reviewed journal which publishes high quality, original articles that contain theoretical content and practical teaching ideas on social education. It aims to exchange ideas and research findings that will contribute on the expansion of knowledge and understanding on issues about social education. SER presents research findings or progress trends that focusing on Instructional methodology AND Educational Technology, Adult Education, STEM and social education, Intercultural education. Click here to find more details.

Currently, there is no article processing charge or publication fee for authors to publish papers. Although, it is free for publication, please be noted that submitted manuscripts will be checked rigorously during editorial, reviewing and production process to ensure the quality and integrity of all the published articles.

Latest Articles

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COVID-19 and E-Learning: the Challenges of Students in Tertiary Institutions

by Emmanuel Aboagye, Joseph Anthony Yawson, Kofi Nyantakyi Appiah

ABSTRACT: Problems associated with the transition from conventional learning (face to face) to online learning (e-learning) in the educational system are well documented. The present study explores the...

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Transitioning from Face-to-Face to Online Instruction in the COVID-19 Era: Challenges of Tutors at Colleges of Education in Ghana

by Emmanuel Aboagye

ABSTRACT: Online learning (e-learning) is well established as one of the best pedagogical approaches in recent years. Despite numerous pieces of literature addressing the significance and limitations of...

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Psychological Resilience, Hope, and Adaptability as Protective Factors in Times of Crisis: A Study in Greek and Cypriot Society During the Covid-19 Pandemic

by Loucia Demetriou, Mirsiana Drakontaides, Hadjicharalambous Demetris

ABSTRACT: Various studies have assessed resilience in relation to risk and protective factors during periods of crisis, and have shown that values such as hope and optimism are significantly related to...

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Teacher Wellbeing During a Pandemic: Surviving or Thriving?

by Anna Dabrowski

ABSTRACT: As cases of COVID-19 surge across the world, research has begun to emerge which considers the implications of school lockdowns on student learning, engagement, and achievement. Yet as face-to-face...

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The Impact of the Covid-19 Social Isolation Measures on the Resilience and Quality of Life of Working Mothers

by Demetris Hadjicharalambous, Despoina Athanasiadi-Charchanti, Loucia Demetriou

ABSTRACT: The Covid-19 pandemic has caused feelings of desperation, fear, terror, anxiety while it has also brought radical changes in the quality of life and psychological health of people worldwide. The...

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Preparedness of Ghanaian Senior High School Instructors for Application of Online Learning in Social Studies Instruction amid the Covid-19 Pandemic

by Iddrisu Bariham, Samson Rosana Ondigi, Mueni Kiio

ABSTRACT: The COVID-19 pandemic brought about school shutdowns across the globe to prevent the spread of the virus. To avoid learning losses among students, online learning has been adopted by many...

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Parental Involvement in Children's Mathematics Learning Before and During the Period of the COVID-19

by Rita Panaoura

ABSTRACT: The pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has led to sudden and unexpected circumstances in education for all the involved people (pupils, teachers, education policymakers, parents)....