Teaching during Covid-19: Teacher and Students’ Experience

Space and Culture, India

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Title Teaching during Covid-19: Teacher and Students’ Experience
Creator Mukhter, Irtifa
Chowdhary, Richa
Subject Teaching
Online Classes
Student-Teacher Experiences
Social Work
Human Geography
Social Sciences
Description On March 2020 most of the educational institutes in India stopped face to face contact with students as a result of countrywide lockdown which was imposed due to COVID-19 pandemic. The impact of the lockdown has affected the students and cast a shadow on the entire education system. Restrictions have led many universities and colleges to opt for online learning to curtail the spread of Coronavirus. To overcome lockdown, online education became the primary pathway amidst technological challenges. Teachers had possibly more to do than the students and those teachers who were technologically confronted had their limits tested. The students, on the other hand, had myriad challenges to face. The current study draws on the experiences of teachers and students to the introduction of the online learning method during the pandemic.   Qualitative research methods were utilised to answer the research questions.  The study recruited students in the age of 18-25 and teachers in the age of 35-60 years through social media platforms.  Informed consent was obtained, and thereafter the respondents were interviewed via telephone (NAPSWI, 2015). The study additionally utilised and analysed open discussion content of the National Association of Professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI) webinars relevant to online teaching and their experiences.
Publisher Alliance for Community Capacity Building
Date 2020-09-28
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Identifier https://spaceandculture.in/index.php/spaceandculture/article/view/1068
Source Space and Culture, India; Vol 8 No 2 (2020): Space and Culture, India; 25-35
Language eng
Relation https://spaceandculture.in/index.php/spaceandculture/article/view/1068/421
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Irtifa Mukhter; Richa Chowdhary

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