Teaching and Learning during the Pandemic Closure: The Higher Education Students’ Perspective

During the pandemic lockdown, the purpose of this chapter is to examine students’ preparedness, perceptions, and sentiments regarding remote learning. Distance learning occurs when an instructor is geographically separated from the student and leverages developing media and associated experiences to provide learning possibilities. The study’s participants are eighteen female undergraduate students enrolled in an Abu Dhabi federal college’s Education Summer 2020 course. It employs a mixed-methods approach, examining both students’ reflective diaries and their responses to qualitative and quantitative questionnaires. The study’s key findings show that both the educational institution and the students were prepared for online learning.

Author(s) Details:

Olga Samsonova,
HCT, UAE.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/CRLLE-V5/article/view/6721

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