43% teachers are unsatisfied with online teaching mode during pandemic: Survey

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43% teachers are unsatisfied

According to a survey, around 43 percent of teachers said that they are unsatisfied with online teaching during the pandemic and nine percent were not satisfied at all.

A total of 220 school teachers have participated in the survey. Around 8 teachers were interviewed for an online survey that was published in the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights’ (DCPCR) first journal– Children First: Journal on Children’s Lives.

The major issues that the teachers identified are absenteeism, which was 14 percent among students and children specially abled were not given importance, which was 21 percent. However, attention to children was low, lack of efforts to address emotional issues raised by the students, no assessment and assignment completion by students were given weight age 28 per cent, 19 per cent and 10 per cent.

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In fact, online emotional support and group engagements by counsellors and social workers also helped students to be more expressive and increased engagement.

The teachers are of the opinion that the parents’ involvement is necessary and students also mentioned that school activities, and meeting friends and other merry making is necessary and they are missing it.

Keeping online schedules and fulfilling other responsibilities are quite challenging. Accessibility, affordability, proper curriculum design and other necessities are vital for success online learning.

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