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Teachers Reflection - Do You Enjoy Online Teaching? : A Mixed Method Study

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posted on 2022-03-11, 19:10 authored by Post Raj PokharelPost Raj Pokharel

The purpose of this mixed methods study was to examine the perceived reflection of teachers towards online teaching. The quantitative phase was an experiment examining the friendliness of online teaching to the undergraduate and graduate level students. Results indicated that teachers really missing face-to-face interaction and teachers need to be more creative in terms of online platform, resource management for online course. The qualitative phase involved teachers' perceptions towards online teaching. Findings suggested that several new IT tools, pedagogical methods, and has upgraded overall skills, while at the same time, has affected bonding with students that was taken for granted in the physical classroom. This study adds special contribution to the mixed method research in the area of online teaching.


This study has not received any funding.


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