A sudden shifting: Students’, teachers’, and parents’ adaptation during and after Covid-19 learning
Keywords:covid-19 pandemic, learning adaptation, online learning, offline learning, perceptions
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected different aspects around the globe, including education. This condition has initiated a sudden shifting in teaching and learning model applied at school, from offline into fully online, then shifted into hybrid and offline learning. This sudden shifting on teaching and learning model surely influenced not only the students, but also teachers and parents. The specific impact to mention was unprepared and appalling psychological and physical condition. Therefore, based on an in-depth qualitative case study method, this study analysed and evaluated students’, teachers’ and parents’ views and perceptions towards the learning during and after Covid-19 pandemic. The data was obtained with the use of an open-ended questionnaire and a follow-up interview. The shortcomings of sudden shifting in learning methodology change were related to the students’, teachers’ as well as parents’ perceptions. Overall, in terms of physical readiness teachers and parents tended to encounter more challenges compared to the students. Meanwhile in terms of psychological readiness three of them seemed to meet a similar amount of challenges. Nevertheless, these challenges did not seem to reduce their overall perception of the learning adaptation.
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