Učitelji geografije in matematike v izobraževanju na daljavo v času pandemije covida-19 v Albaniji

Avtorji

  • Jostina Dhimitri Univerza v Tirani, Fakulteta za zgodovino in filologijo, Albanija
  • Lekë Pepkolaj Univerza Qiriazi, Tirana, Albanija
  • Blerta Avdia Univerza Logos, Tirana, Albanija

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/dela.56.175-191

Ključne besede:

učitelji geografije in matematike, poučevanje na daljavo, COVID-19, IKT, strokovno spopolnjevanje učiteljev

Povzetek

Pandemija COVID-19 je povzročila hitre spremembe v poklicni rutini učiteljev po vsem svetu. Raziskava, v katero je bila vključena vzorčna skupina 155 učiteljev geografije in matematike v Albaniji v začetnih obdobjih pandemije COVID-19, predstavlja oceno izzivov učenja na daljavo. Rezultati raziskave so pokazali, da je pomanjkanje predhodne priprave bistveno vplivalo na izbiro in uporabo spletnih platform, primernih za učenje na daljavo. Učitelji se srečujejo s težavami na področju kartografske, grafične in simbolne semantike, manj pa s težavami na področju verbalne semantike. Na začetku pandemije je poučevanje večinoma potekalo preko aplikacije WhatsApp, nadalje s televizijskimi kanali RTSH, sledilo je poučevanje v okoljih Google Classroom in Zoom. Učitelji so potrebe po tehnološkem usposabljanju spopolnjevali s sodelovanjem s kolegi in samoizobraževanjem. V prispevku je poudarjeno, da učitelji potrebujejo strokovno spopolnjevanje, zlasti na področju programskih sistemov in metod spletnega poučevanja.

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30.12.2021

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Dhimitri, J., Pepkolaj, L., & Avdia, B. (2021). Učitelji geografije in matematike v izobraževanju na daljavo v času pandemije covida-19 v Albaniji. Dela, (56), 175–191. https://doi.org/10.4312/dela.56.175-191

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