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.

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Ensuring Future Resilience beyond ICT and Online Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in Ghanaian Senior High Schools: Lessons from COVID-19 Pandemic

by John Zengulaaru , Ernest Nyamekye

ABSTRACT: The emergence of COVID-19 has posed unprecedented challenges to every sphere of social life, including education. To mitigate the educational challenges, students and teachers were urged to adjust...

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An Assessment of Ghanaian Language Teachers' Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in Ghana

by Ernest Nyamekye, Daniel Baffour-Koduah, John Zengulaaru, Abigail Osei-Owusu

ABSTRACT: The sudden emergence of the COVID-19 resulted in an abrupt shift from the traditional face-to-face teaching method to the technology-mediated form of education at almost all levels of education in...

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Evaluation of Trainee Teachers' Satisfaction in Using Online Learning Tools in the Era of COVID-19 in Gbewaa College of Education

by Justice Kwame Sibiri, Edmund Anamboi Aduko

ABSTRACT: The COVID-19 outbreak caused a paradigm shift in our educational system. To halt the spread of the pandemic, all educational institutions were closed down. As a result, tertiary institutions,...

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The Role of Digital Technologies in Higher Education during the Coronavirus Pandemic: Insights from a Ghanaian University

by Ebenezer Agbaglo, Emmanuel Mensah Bonsu

ABSTRACT: The emergence of the coronavirus disease saw the closure of schools as well as a hitch in the application of the face-to-face approach to classroom interaction. During this period, digital...