Karen K Johnson

Karen K Johnson
University of Phoenix · College of Education

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Abstract Our recent Covid-19 pandemic has largely accelerated the use of online and distance means for data collection and analysis. In this presentation we will discuss how the social distancing requirements during the pandemic may, and may continue to, impact the specific qualitative methods of: focus groups, narrative inquiry, phenomenology, act...
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In a global society where knowledge, degrees, and credentials cross international borders, understanding what and how doctoral students think and communicate about learning is relevant to educational leadership. An implication could be in creating new solutions to the age-old problem of students completing coursework but not a dissertation, and the...
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According to Study Destination USA's website, The Ultimate International Student Dictionary for International Students Studying in the USA was created to give transferring international students help with the unique terminology used in universities and colleges in the United States. From experience, the staff at Study Destination USA understands th...
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The International Student Handbook addresses the needs of students whose first language is not English. Whether they are future or current students, as non-native English speakers who study at English-speaking universities, they will deal with issues ranging from adapting to the new academic culture to understanding the nuances of the language. Thi...
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Thesis (Ed. D.)--Texas Tech University, 1990. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 52-58).

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Knowing How Female Arabic speaking EFL learners perceive their studies can assist teachers and administrators in lesson planning, program leadership, curriculum development, assessments, and retention of students. In this paper, the researchers describe two years of survey results gathered from a variety of volunteering female university students and professors.