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Teaching and Learning In The Covid-19 Pandemic

Marko Mikša
Alma Mater Europaea - ECM

With the new situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021 year, many schools and universities around the world were forced to use some kind of online learning and some of them have been closed for the semester to avoid physical contact. The research includes issues in the schools and universities around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic that are caused by a fast switch to online. Online learning and teaching can be challenging because they ask for a greater engagement of teachers and students. The inclusion of many ICT technologies can demotivate students and decrease learning output because they feel overloaded. Besides this, new problems occur such as lack of connection, students cheating in exams, increased workload and permanent gaps in knowledge among students. Normal teaching and learning is now a relative term because paradigms about teaching and learning have changed in a way we didn’t expect.



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