Teaching Experiences "from using" and Suggestions "for using" Online Teaching and Learning in the Views of Greek Teachers

Filippos Evangelou, Ioannis Fykaris, Konstantina Giannopoulou


With the suspension of the operation of school units due to the pandemic of the coronavirus in the educational systems of all developed countries, they were called upon to immediately implement the tele-educational process of implementing lessons, within the framework of formal education, in order not to disrupt the learning path of students. However, the implementation of Online Teaching and Learning (OTL) was not an educational possibility that had been sufficiently studied, both in terms of its implementation and its effectiveness in the educational and learning process. Therefore, questions were raised about what its impact on students might be. This question and, at the same time, this research question remains a strong educational and teaching concern, in order to show and also to prove whether similar processes could be used in the future as a new means of education and learning. In this context, the present research attempts to explore the limits and the didactic dynamics and perspectives of OTL in the teaching and learning process, by investigating the views of Greek teachers who applied it as an "urgent" didactic necessity during the period of home confinement of students due to the coronavirus pandemic. The extracted findings contribute to the enhancement of the relevant literature, as well as scientific experience and knowledge about this particular educational method.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ire.v11i1.20872


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