COVID-19, education, and literacy in Malaysia : social contexts of teaching and learning / edited by Ambigapathy Pandian, Surinderpal Kaur and Huey Fen Cheong
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Pandian, Ambigapathy, Kaur, Surinderpal, and Cheong, Huey Fen
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- International students and learning experiences in higher education / -- Sheena Kaur, Prasana Rosaline Fernandez, & Ali Jalalian Daghigh -- University students' online learning in capstone unit / Liap-Teck Ong -- Online assessments for university students : a case study of a business school / Devika Nadarajah -- Video log (Vlog) for enhancing speaking skills in the ESL classroom / Thilaga Ravinthar & Khursiah Mohd Sauffi -- Foreign language learning at the university : students' perceptions and emotions / Omar Colombo & Tamara Boscia -- A morphological analysis of COVID-19 novel words used in Malaysia / Komalata Manokaran, Shyi Nian Ong, & Rodney C. Jubilado -- Public knowledge and perception of COVID-19 and its preventive measures / Edmund Ui-Hang Sim & Su-Hie Ting -- Knowledge, attitude, and practice on health and legal measures / Natasya Abdullah, Noor Dzuhaidah Osman, Nur Syazana Umar, Muhammad Nizam Awang, & Zairina A. Rahman.
- "Part of a mini series of Focus books on COVID-19 in Malaysia, the chapters in this book address the pandemic's impacts on education and literacy. Covering a range of teaching and learning challenges impacting learners and teachers, the contributors highlight the pervasiveness of the pandemic on Malaysian society and how Malaysians have found ways to cope. They focus mainly on students' COVID-19 narratives, digital and health literacy issues, language and new vocabulary. This is an opportunity to witness how researchers from multiple disciplines can join forces during challenging times. There are a great many lessons to be learned from the successes and failures in responding to the pandemic and the measures that have been necessary to contain it. A fascinating read for scholars and educators with an interest in crisis management in non-Western contexts, especially those with a particular interest in Malaysia, or Southeast Asia more generally"--
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