Online and Distance Learning during Lockdown Times
COVID-19 Stories (Volume 2)
Edirisingha, Palitha (editor)
This book is a reprint of papers in the Special Issue published in Education Sciences under the title "Online and Distance Learning during Lockdown Times: COVID-19 Stories". It includes papers covering Higher Education (post-secondary) sector representing international experience of teaching and learning from the start of the first episode of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Keywordsteaching profession; COVID-19 school closure; online learning; K–12 education; public education; distance education; rural education; educational technology; learning barriers obstacles; quality; distance learning; COVID-19 pandemic; questionnaire; professors and students; emergency remote teaching; COVID-19; special education; teachers; elementary school; pedagogy; sport science; transdisciplinary; childhood learning; technologies; relationship; civil education approach; education; emergency; low-resource settings; engagement; student perception; survey; Moore framework; mathematics education; online teaching; parent attitudes; primary education; productive struggle; remote learning; teacher attitudes; teaching and learning in emergencies; science teachers; qualitative research; higher education; evaluation; parental involvement; home-school relationships; Twitter; social media; coronavirus disease; EFL learners; student course engagement questionnaire; Madrasti; platform; stakeholders; Facebook; content analysis; educational change; school; adaptation; complex systems; academic self-perceptions; workload; technical support; course satisfaction; digital technology; home-learning; Thirdspace; primary teachers; Scotland; COVID-19 lockdown; instructor readiness; e-learning readiness; pandemic; e-learning; students’ e-learning preparedness; e-learning competency; Rasch analysis; web-based learning; flipped classroom; architecture-engineering and construction (AEC); blended learning; lifelong learning; meaningful learning; COVID-19 instructional response; instructional planning; preservice teachers; STEM integration; in-service teachers; undergraduate research; flexible teaching; COVID-19 lockdown education; structure in education; online education; secondary education; teacher knowledge; mathematics; online teaching materials; distanced learning; technology-mediated learning; technology-mediated teaching; engineering education; entrepreneurship education; face-to-face learning; perceptions; children’s learning; accounting education; internship; n/a
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Publication date and place2022