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Title: Impact of Covid-19 on Primary Education: A Study based on Primary Schools in Hatton Education Zone
Authors: Niranjan, M
Malini, M
Keywords: Covid 19
Primary Education
Issue Date: 25-Sep-2021
Publisher: Faculty of Humanities and Sciences,SLIIT
Series/Report no.: SICASH 2021;243-247p.
Abstract: This study explores the impact online primary education has on students' learning from teachers’ view. The objective of this study was to explore the primary teachers’ view on technical skill, students’ and parents’ interest on online education and to analyze online education’s impact on primary students' academic learning. The study helps students and teachers to know the impact of online education on students' learning and related factors. 30 primary teachers randomly at Hatton zone of. Nuwaraliya were selected. All teachers were given the same questions, through telephone and WhatsApp to obtain their opinion regarding the online education. Results suggested that some major efforts must be made to improve online technology and skills and motivate parents to facilitate the learning opportunities for students to engage in online education. It is recommended to develop a better online learning environment during this pandemic to adapt to that environment.
URI: http://localhost:80/handle/123456789/353
ISSN: 2783-8862
Appears in Collections:Proceedings of the SLIIT International Conference on Advancements in Sciences and Humanities2021 [SICASH]

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