School closures are a common measure taken by governments around the world to combat the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. The trend towards distance and digital learning, which began before the pandemic, has accelerated significantly due to the inability to go to school in person. Eurofound, the European Union’s body for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, has conducted a series of online surveys on 27 member countries of the European Union, to assess satisfaction with distance learning and support for it. , wetted by the teacher or on research material provided to students.
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The results were later published in January in the report “Education, healthcare and housing: How access for children and families will change in 2020“. How online learning has increased at all levels of education during the pandemic has been noted, but especially in early childhood education and care (ECEC), young people are learning. primary or secondary level.
A survey conducted in July 2020 asked parents and legal guardians to see their opinions on distance training. Overall, most of the respondents were dissatisfied and did not want to repeat the experience in the future. It is worth noting that most of the households reported that they had or were provided with the physical means necessary to participate in distance learning, so the reported dissatisfaction was not due to lack of facilities that they themselves have an aversion to distance learning.
The same can be said about the support teachers receive. Except when asked about directly provided support, the person with a low score could be due to a rapid transition to distance learning, with little time for the teacher to re-adjust, answers to two The remaining question is mostly positive.
Apparently now the parents and guardians were dissatisfied with the disappearance …