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2021 ◽  
Vol 4 (4) ◽  
Author(s):  
Phi Nguyen Tran Ngoc ◽  
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Phuong Nguyen Thi Thuy ◽  
Nhan Pham Nguyen Trong ◽  
Ta Duc Luan ◽  
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As a developing countries, Vietnam has been facing a myriad of challenges in various aspects during the Covid-19 pandemic. Educational sector is not an exception as it is currently suffering the heavy consequences of the constant disruptions stemming from the switching to online learning. This study was conducted with the aim of surveying and evaluating the views of students of the Faculty of Medicine at Nguyen Tat Thanh University on the influence of online learning on learning quality. Using data from survey questionnaires, the results show that the online learning has impacted different learning aspects of students such as: time management, online satisfaction, training problems. At the same time, the study also recognizes the contributions of students in improving the quality of online teaching of Nguyen Tat Thanh University.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 26-36
Author(s):  
Putra Maha Anugrah

ABSTRACT This research aims at at finding out 1) the challenges of the teachers in teaching speaking during online learning in SMAN 2 Abiansemal, 2) the teachers’ ways to cope with the challenges in teaching speaking during online learning in SMAN 2 Abiansemal and 3) the strengths and the weaknesses of the strategy used by the investigated teachers during online learning in teaching speaking. The subjecs of this research were three English teachers in SMAN 2 Abiansemal. To collect the data, two instruments were needed, observation sheet and interview guide. The obtained data were analyzed qualitative by using Interactively Data Analysis Model by Miles and Huberman (1994). This research discovers 1) 9 challenges in online learning, 2) 9 ways to cope the challenges, and 3) 9 weaknesses and strengths of the strategy.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 73-86
Author(s):  
Luh Putu Rastiti Puspita Dewi ◽  
Putu Adi Krisna Juniarta ◽  
Ni Putu Astiti Pratiwi

The purpose of this study was to determine the teachers' challenge in conducting online learning at SMA Candimas Pancasari The design of this research is descriptive qualitative. In this study, the challenges of teachers in online teaching were analyzed and described descriptively. The findings in this study are about the challenges of teachers in conducting online learning at SMA Candimas Pancasari and how to overcome the challenges. Internet connection is one of the main challenges in online teaching. Internet connection is influential in online learning because some teachers and students live in difficult signal areas. This poor internet connection makes online learning unable to be 100% effective. Teachers have ways of overcoming these challenges by way of offline (LURING) for some students who have problems and provide a schedule to come to school. Teachers can overcome these challenges with various strategies during online learning.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 62-72
Author(s):  
Ketut Bayu Catur Paramahita

The aim of this study was to discover high school students’ general perception about the implementation of Google Classroom as an online learning media, and the factors that influenced the development of the perception. This research used Mixed-method research design as described by Creswell (2014). Subject of this study was the student population of SMAS Lab Undiksha Singaraja. The instruments used for this research were Questionnaire and Interview Guide. The instruments were tested by using Gregory Formula Method and Cronbach-Alpha method. The data that have been obtained was analyzed using quantitative and qualitative method. The result of the research showed that the students of SMAS Lab Undiksha Singaraja held a positive view on the benefits of Google Classroom and its implementation as online learning media. Factors that have influenced this perception are Google Classroom’s ubiquity, students’ familiarity with Google Classroom, Google Classroom’s ease of use and stability in comparison to other similar applications.


PLoS ONE ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 16 (10) ◽  
pp. e0258959
Author(s):  
Franceli L. Cibrian ◽  
Elissa Monteiro ◽  
Elizabeth Ankrah ◽  
Jesus A. Beltran ◽  
Arya Tavakoulnia ◽  
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Distance learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic presented tremendous challenges for many families. Parents were expected to support children’s learning, often while also working from home. Students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are at particularly high risk for setbacks due to difficulties with organization and increased risk of not participating in scheduled online learning. This paper explores how smartwatch technology, including timing notifications, can support children with ADHD during distance learning due to COVID-19. We implemented a 6-week pilot study of a Digital Health Intervention (DHI) with ten families. The DHI included a smartwatch and a smartphone. Google calendars were synchronized across devices to guide children through daily schedules. After the sixth week, we conducted parent interviews to understand the use of smartwatches and the impact on children’s functioning, and we collected physiological data directly from the smartwatch. Our results demonstrated that children successfully adopted the use of the smartwatch, and parents believed the intervention was helpful, especially in supporting the development of organizational skills in their children. Overall, we illustrate how even simple DHIs, such as using smartwatches to promote daily organization and task completion, have the potential to support children and families, particularly during periods of distance learning. We include practical suggestions to help professionals teach children with ADHD to use smartwatches to improve organization and task completion, especially as it applies to supporting remote instruction.


Author(s):  
Aljarallah Khalid

Universities and colleges worldwide have been closed following the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and online learning has become an educational practice at once. Previous research showed many problems, including time management difficulties, technological devices, communication, engagement and assessment of students for both educators and students in online education. This research was formulated to understand whether online microbiology courses from different Saudi Universities are appropriate. It was a nationwide cross-sectional study among educators from multiple Saudi Arabian Universities during the whole month of June 2020. We distributed the survey link electronically through messages on the phone. A total of 134 Saudis participated in the study, and the majority of the respondents, i.e., 106 (79.10%) are between 36 to 55 years old, 17 (12.69%) are 56 years and above. A total of 65 (48.51%) respondents responded that shifting from in-classroom to online setup has impacted the teaching-learning process negatively, while 43 (32.09%) responded with a positive impact. The majority of the respondents (82%) disagreed that practical learning outcomes such as laboratory-based microbiology courses can be achieved online at the same level as regular-campus classes.Furthermore, more than half of the participants think that students' dishonesty or violation of academic integrity threatens institutions from offering online courses. Technology tools have brought a positive impact on the effectiveness of online microbiology education. This study illustrated that the shift to online microbiology classes has a positive impact on attention to academic integrity. However, in-person labs are still considered the optimal lab design. While pandemics have historically generated difficulties, recognizing these difficulties is the first step in turning them into possibilities.


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Author(s):  
Yang Zhao

The education system in China needs optimization with the erupted pandemic for effective outcomes. The path for normal education is upgrading itself with online learning, hence offering a challenge for entrepreneurship. The education sector needs to tackle these offered challenges better that optimizes and exploits the situations. The way teachers and students communicate and utilize their learning to materialize new ideas is very important for keeping pace. Therefore, this study is aimed to investigate the role of mentorship in digital entrepreneurship. The population for the study was the teachers of normal education in China. The sampling design used was convenient random sampling, and data were collected with a self-administered questionnaire on five points Likert scale. This study has used Smart PLS 3.3.3 (USA) for the data analysis through structural equation modeling. In the first stage, the instrument analyzed the measurement model, and in the second stage, the hypotheses were checked using the data collected. The findings of the study show that mentorship plays a very important role in knowledge sharing and innovation, which further leads to digital entrepreneurship. The study will open a new path in the education field to incorporate knowledge hidings and transformational entrepreneurship.


2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 120-130
Author(s):  
Pande Gede Baba Mahanjendra ◽  
Dewa Ayu Eka Agustini ◽  
Ni Nyoman Karina Wedhanti ◽  
Pande Made Dharma Sanjaya

The study purposed to investigate parents’ perception and find out the challenges encountered by parents in accompanying their children during online learning in pandemic Covid-19. The participants involved two 2 parents of primary school students in Panji Village which chosen purposively. The study was a qualitative research that employed case study design. The data were collected through observation and interview. The instruments were observation sheet and interview guide. The data analysis involved data reduction, data display and drawing conclusion. The results find out that 1) the parents have a negative perception towards their children learning experiences in online learning during pandemic situation; and 2) there are 3 common challenges encountered by parents in accompanying their children during online learning such as time allocation, economic issue, and appropriate method for teaching their children. The results of the research give implication in enhancing the reference around parents’ role in online learning during Covid-19


2021 ◽  
Vol 28 (5) ◽  
pp. 108-117
Author(s):  
Rita Mustika ◽  
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Edward Christopher Yo ◽  
Muhammad Faruqi ◽  
Rahma Tsania Zhuhra ◽  
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Background: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been found to negatively affect medical students’ wellbeing. This finding may be related to how medical education is being conducted at present, with online learning replacing face-to-face teaching in many countries. This cross-sectional study aims to assess how the online learning environment is connected to medical students’ wellbeing. Methods: A self-administered online questionnaire was distributed to undergraduate medical students at Universitas Indonesia. The study was conducted from September 2020 to February 2021. The questionnaire included a modified version of the Online Learning Environment Scale (OLES) and the Positive Emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning and Accomplishment (PERMA) profiler. The OLES was used to evaluate students’ perceptions of the online learning environment, whereas the PERMA Profiler was used to evaluate students’ wellbeing. We validated the questionnaire before distribution. The content validity index was 1.0, with internal consistency coefficients of 0.87 and 0.89, respectively. Regression analyses were performed to evaluate the relationship between OLES and PERMA scores. Results: The questionnaire was completed by 274 undergraduate medical students. Students reported moderate to high degrees of positive perception towards online learning, high levels of positive emotions and moderate levels of negative emotions. Statistically significant differences were found across groups based on students’ gender, year of study and academic programme. Almost all aspects of the online learning environment were significantly predictive of students’ wellbeing, with personal relevance and evaluation and assessment being the two most important predictors (R2 = 0.201; P < 0.001). Conclusion: Medical students generally enjoyed online learning, although some challenges were presented. The online learning environment was positively associated with students’ wellbeing; however, some students expressed negative emotions including loneliness, anxiety, anger and sadness.


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