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Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic’s Distance Learning on Students and Teachers in Schools and in Higher Education

International Perspectives

 
 
 
 
 

The worldwide imposed lockdowns forced schools and universities to digitise conventional teaching in a very short time and to convert teaching and learning formats partially or completely to Distance Learning. With 22 double blind peerreviewed articles of researchers reporting on 17 different countries, the editors of this book want to shed light on the effects of Distance Learning in different regions of the world.

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The worldwide imposed lockdowns forced schools and universities to digitise conventional teaching in a very short time and to convert teaching and learning formats partially or completely to Distance Learning. The changes in everyday teaching brought by Distance Learning were felt worldwide. With 22 double blind peerreviewed articles of researchers reporting on 17 different countries, the editors of this book want to shed light on the effects of Distance Learning in different regions of the world. This will allow for a value-free comparison of how the COVID-19 pandemic has been addressed in education in different parts of the world and what impacts it has had, is having or may have in the future.

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16,8 x 24 cm, Broschur

Erscheinungsdatum

30.06.2022

Anzahl Seiten

400

ISBN

978-3-7011-0496-3

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    HS-Prof. Mag. Dr., University College Professor for Educational Measurement and Applied Psychometrics at the Institute of Practical Education and Practitioner Research at the University College for Teacher Education Styria.
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    HS-Prof. Ing. Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn., University College Professor for Computer Science and Media at the Institute for Digital Media Education at the University College for Teacher Education Styria.

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