European Journal of Teacher Education volume 43, issue 4, P623-638 2020 DOI: 10.1080/02619768.2020.1821185 View full text
|
|
Share
Irene van der Spoel, Omid Noroozi, Ellen Schuurink, Stan van Ginkel

Abstract: The COVID19-Pandemic has forced educators to transform their lessons into online versions in a short period of time. This study compares teachers' perception regarding their online teaching expectations (prior to the transition to remote teaching) and experiences (after a month of online teaching). Two surveys were completed by 200 Dutch teachers. Results demonstrated a significant change in the perception of teachers regarding their resolutions to implement technology in their lessons in a post-corona era. In…

expand abstract