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What is Teacher’s Perspective

Basic Communication and Assessment Prerequisites for the New Normal of Education
The attitude or point of view of teachers about online teaching and learning.
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Framework to Navigate the Virtual Classroom Space
Salome Divya Joseph (SRM University, India), Sasikala S. (University of Madras, India), and Antony Vinoth Kumar (University of Madras, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8247-3.ch013
Abstract
This chapter addresses the need to develop sustainable and contextual teaching-learning processes with the paradigm shift in pedagogy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Descriptive factors associated with preference for mode of learning was determined through a survey among 169 teachers and 388 students from engineering, humanities, and science backgrounds in South India. Thereafter, a qualitative study was carried out on selected survey respondents. The main research questions raised were: What are the expectations of teachers while teaching online? What are the expectations of students while learning online? What are the outcomes of online teaching-learning (teachers' and students' perspectives)? How can online teaching-learning be improved? Qualitative inquiry, through questionnaires and interview, was carried out among 15 teachers and 17 students. Thematic analysis was carried out. The findings gave rise to the formulation of a framework to navigate the virtual classroom space.
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