Evaluating an interactive university curriculum delivered during Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Sikra, J. (2023) Evaluating an interactive university curriculum delivered during Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The Bulletin of Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv Social Work, 1 (8). pp. 78-80. ISSN 2616-7778 (https://visnyk.soch.robota.knu.ua/index.php/journa...)

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Abstract

The purpose of this article is the evaluation of earlier work by Sikra (2022), which supplied preliminary data about the author's rationale for designing and delivering online university education. The current evaluation was achieved by collecting psychology students' views via different sources with the use of trivial questions that corresponded to the Six core values (Sikra, 2022). In total, 22 students' responses were evaluated (17 females, 5 males, Mean Age 20.09). These responses were thematically analysed to support the author's evaluation of the interactive curriculum after its completion. The results of the thematic analysis evidence that the author delivered the online education in accordance with the Six core values. A short discussion of the findings' implications in connection to previous research is supplied. The conclusion brings the material to a finish and contextualises this approach within the global crises of COVID-19 and the War in Ukraine.