remote teaching

  • Dydaktyka zdalna w czasach pandemii COVID-19 – opinie studentów, wnioski, implikacje praktyczne. Raport z badań

    Author: Anna Waligóra
    Institution: Politechnika Śląska
    Year of publication: 2021
    Source: Show
    Pages: 117-133
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    PDF: kie/133/kie13306.pdf

    Remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic – students’ opinions, conclusions, practical implications. Research report

    This article presents the results of own research carried out on a sample of 507 students of Polish universities who, due to the global pandemic situation, carried out their classes at their home university as part of education using remote education methods and techniques. The research was carried out at the turn of March and April 2021 to learn about the reflections of students who, as it can be assumed, have already got used to remote education. The objectives of the research were focused on learning about the methods of delivering lectures, practical, training, and laboratory classes at universities during the pandemic, as well as communication and technology tools that academic teachers used in the process of learning and communicating with students. The research was focused on identifying the level of students’ involvement and motivation in the education process during a pandemic, as well as on the diagnosis of factors that make it difficult for students to learn remotely. The aim of the research was also to find out about the competencies of students, which were developed during remote education, and additionally, the forms of learning preferred by students, enabling the achievement of the assumed didactic goals.

  • In-Person vs Distance - Perceptions of Foreign Language Teaching in Slovenian Primary Schools

    Author: Mihaela Brumen
    Institution: University of Maribor
    Author: Špela Kovač Sanda
    Institution: Bogojina Primary School
    Author: Tomaž Bratina
    Institution: University of Maribor
    Year of publication: 2022
    Source: Show
    Pages: 132-143
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    PDF: tner/202201/tner6710.pdf

    Global research studies on distance education in foreign language learning focus primarily on secondary schools or higher education. The paper examines primary school foreign language teachers’ (n=119) perceptions of distance teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to face-to-face education. The purpose of the study was to investigate the quality, achieved learning outcomes, advantages and obstacles faced by FL teachers in remote teaching. Based on the e-questionnaire, our study indicated that distance FL teaching was more challenging and stressful than classroom teaching because primary school students were not responsive to technology and needed parental guidance. Primary school students rely on cognitive and socio-emotional support from the FL teacher.

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