PSPP Student’s Perceptions of Online Learning in Pandemic Conditions
Journal of Education Studies (JES) 2020
13 Pages Posted: 17 Feb 2021
Date Written: December 11, 2020
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic led to the cessation of face-to-face courses and many schools opted for education using online learning platforms. Using data obtained from students specializing in Preschool and Primary School Pedagogy (PPSP), this research estimates the causal effects of online learning on student performance. Using the differentiated approach of current education with classical education, we want to observe the efficiency of the current educational approach carried out online on various platforms.
Among the advantages of e-learning would be the access to online materials, the advantage of staying at home and the possibility to record a meeting and the disadvantages are reduced interaction with the teacher, technical problems, lack of interaction of colleagues and social isolation. Compared to e-learning, face-toface learning is still perceived as extremely effective when it comes to accumulating knowledge, pedagogical skills and social skills.
Keywords: Student, e-learning, face-to-face learning, pandemic
JEL Classification: I20
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