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Ed.D. Transformational Teaching and Learning
Dr. Brenda Muzeta, Ph.D.
Dr. Michele L. White, Ed.D.
Dr. Cheryl Doll, Ed.D.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused sudden and dramatic shifts in educational systems worldwide, including colleges and universities. Students, faculty, and service staff found themselves navigating uncertain times and addressing challenges they had not faced previously. The use of critical reflection and collaboration became crucial for faculty as they struggled to engage students in different ways. Understanding students’ needs and addressing them effectively became priorities with reflection and collaboration both cost-effective and convenient methods. Following this time of uncertainty, faculty can continue using reflection and collaborative learning communities to address new challenges and obstacles, especially at community colleges where money, time, and resources are often precious and limited.
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Ladley, Karen Ann, "Learning to Navigate the Unknown: The Importance of Critical Reflection and Collaboration for Community College Faculty During a Pandemic" (2022). Education Doctorate Dissertations. 28.
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