Author: Beata Pituła
Institution: Politechnika Śląska
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7691-3821
Author: Barbara Grzyb
Institution: Politechnika Śląska
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3649-4068
Year of publication: 2021
Source: Show
Pages: 88-116
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/kie.2021.03.05
PDF: kie/133/kie13305.pdf

Distance learning of pedagogy students during the COVID-19 pandemic – empirical considerations

The article presents the results of research conducted in 2020 among students of pedagogy of the Institute of Education and Communication Research of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice (Poland) regarding the evaluation of the quality of remote education introduced in response to the situation caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic and compared them with the results obtained by others native and foreign researchers, which made it possible to specify several conclusions for further work on the application of this form of education in academic education. The main method used in the research was a diagnostic survey with the technique assigned to it. The survey, taking into account the current situation of the university, resulting from distance learning during the pandemic, as well as other information disclosed by the media, consisted of two parts. The first part contained four questions (including those relating to demographic conditions). The second part consisted of questions focused on the research issues set out in this study, the main purpose of which was to learn about the opinions and views of students of pedagogy on compulsory distance education, implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of the research have brought a lot of new information, important for the extended analyzes and measurements of remote education conducted in many countries during the lockdown, which will allow, during possible subsequent epidemic threats, to exclude the diagnosed and identified problems that hinder the implementation of remote education of students.

W artykule zaprezentowano wyniki badań przeprowadzonych w 2020 roku wśród studentów pedagogiki Instytutu Badań nad Edukacją i Komunikacją Politechniki Śląskiej w Gliwicach (Polska) odnośnie do oceny jakości zdalnego kształcenia wprowadzonego w odpowiedzi na sytuację wywołaną przez ogólnoświatową pandemię COVID-19 i porównano je z wynikami uzyskanymi przez innych rodzimych i obcych badaczy, co pozwoliło na sprecyzowanie kilku wniosków dla dalszych prac nad aplikacją tej formy kształcenia w edukacji akademickiej. Główną metodą zastosowaną w badaniach był sondaż diagnostyczny z przyporządkowaną mu techniką. Ankieta, uwzględniająca bieżącą sytuację uczelni wynikającą z nauczania zdalnego w czasie pandemii, a także inne informacje ujawniane przez media, składała się z dwóch części. Pierwsza część zawierała cztery pytania (w tym odnoszące się do uwarunkowań demograficznych). Składnikiem drugiej części były pytania ukierunkowane na problematykę badań założoną w niniejszym opracowaniu, których głównym celem było poznanie opinii i poglądów studentów pedagogiki na temat obowiązkowej edukacji zdalnej wdrożonej w czasie pandemii COVID-19. Wyniki badań wniosły wiele nowych informacji, ważnych dla przeprowadzonych podczas lockdownu w wielu krajach poszerzonych analiz i pomiarów edukacji zdalnej, które pozwolą w czasie ewentualnych kolejnych zagrożeń epidemicznych na wykluczenie zdiagnozowanych i zidentyfikowanych problemów, utrudniających realizację kształcenia zdalnego studentów.

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