Message from the Editor-in-Chief
International Journal of Higher Education
To cite this article: Dr Ingrid Harrington. (2022). Message from the Editor-in-Chief. International Journal of Higher Education, 11(3), p0-1. https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v11n3p0 doi:10.5430/ijhe.v11n3p0 URL: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v11n3p0 As higher education institutions continue to negotiate effective ways forward embracing on-line learning pedagogies due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we now read many of the findings from on-going research into the effectiveness and impact these changes
... made to student learning. Higher education institutions are at the very nexus of career-focussed education, for students seeking qualifications to contribute positively to their community. Recognising the strength of academia and the challenges that plague access to a range of reliable resources, ensure that policy-makers and educators alike, continue to review best practices in order to provide the innovative delivery of pedagogical excellence. We are proud to present this issue with contributions and perspectives from the USA, Cameroon, Ghana, Nigeria, Oman, South Africa, Spain, Kuwait, Uganda and Israel. This issue has a strong focus on learner pedagogy, gender performance, student teacher experiences, and post-COVID adaptations. Research in these areas provide interesting and informative reading, on how global educators continue with their core business of delivering relevant and meaningful education to their students.