International Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Their Educative and Miseducative Online Learning Experiences During COVID-19: A Narrative Inquiry
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Faculty of Law
COVID-19, Graduate studies, International Students, Online Learning; Pandemic, Coronavirus disease 2019
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This narrative inquiry will explore International Graduate Students and their online learning experiences due to the forced online setting of graduate courses caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic. The purpose of this study is to explore the experiences of international students but specifically to explore what international students defines as educative and miseducative online experience. Given that faculties of education are to be thought and experience leaders in learning contexts the experiences of international students within its graduate program offers a legitimate critique of the faculty’s ideologies, inspirations, and efforts.
Abduelmula, Rana, "International Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Their Educative and Miseducative Online Learning Experiences During COVID-19: A Narrative Inquiry" (2022). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 8927.