A MASSIVE SHIFT OF TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING FROM FACE TO FACE TO BLENDED MODE DURING COVID-19 AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

Pakistan Journal of Educational Research

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Title A MASSIVE SHIFT OF TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING FROM FACE TO FACE TO BLENDED MODE DURING COVID-19 AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL
 
Creator Farkhunda Rasheed Choudhary, Misbah Rasheed, Saba Rasheed
 
Description The world was not prepared to deal with the problems raised as a result of COVID19. This new pandemic has affected all fields of life including teaching and learning. To facilitate children, institutions had adopted different mechanisms to facilitate the students. This paper is about the teaching and learning experiences of teachers and students during covid-19. An online survey was conducted to seek the perceptions, problems, and solutions from 16 social Sciences teachers, 15 Science teachers, and 345 students of higher secondary and postgraduate level, Govt. girl's degree college, Faisalabad. Data analysis showed that most Teachers delivered lectures in asynchronous mode. The findings revealed that the majority of teachers faced a lack of student-teacher interaction. Teachers believed besides their hard work to prepare lectures for students, the response of students is very poor. Married female teachers faced lots of problems delivering online sessions. Whereas students faced problems attending online classes due to internet connectivity, availability of electronic gadgets, electricity in rural areas, lack of technological information and expertise. The students of the social sciences stream proposed audio lecturesinstead of video lectures whereas the students of Sciences proposed more interactive lectures rather than mere solved presentations
 
Publisher Society for Social Sciences and Research Association
 
Date 2021-06-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://pjer.org/index.php/pjer/article/view/130
 
Source Pakistan Journal of Educational Research ; Vol. 4 No. 2 (2021): Pakistan Journal of Educational Research
2707-7985
2663-0443
10.52337/pjer.v4i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://pjer.org/index.php/pjer/article/view/130/64
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Pakistan Journal of Educational Research
 

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