Teachers’ frustration with new tecnologies and COVID19

Scientific Evidence Platform Under review Teachers’ frustration with new tecnologies and COVID19

We are currently experiencing a very complicated pandemic situation, in which educational teaching has been completely affected.
In order to be able to teach classes, it has been necessary to use new technologies to be able to maintain contact with and interest in their students. However, we have to be aware that the teachers’ perspective changes in certain aspects, because they can no longer have direct and physical contact with the pupils and therefore it ends up becoming impersonal and frustrating for the teachers.
Actualment, estem vivint una situació pandèmica molt complicada, en la que la docència educativa sa vist afectada per complet.
Per poder impartir les classes, ha sigut necessari l’ús de les noves tecnologies, per poder mantenir el contacte i l’interès del seu alumnat. Així i tot hem de ser conscients que la perspectiva del professorat canvia en cert aspecte, degut a que no pot tindre un contacte directe i físic amb l’alumnat i per tant s’acaba transformant en un tracte impersonal i frustrant per als docents.

Key words: Educating, Times of Coronavirus, Teachers’ Perceptions, digital teaching

Other sources:

Area-Moreira,M; Bethencourt-Aguiler,A; Martín-Gómez,S. De la enseñanza semipresencial a la enseñanza online en tiempo de Covid 19. Visiones del alumnado. Campus Virtuales, 9(2), 35-50.https://redined.mecd.gob.es/xmlui/bitstream/handle/11162/203965/Art.%203.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y


Baladrón Pazos, A. J., Correyero Ruiz, B, & Manchado Pérez, B. (2020). Digital transformation of university teaching in communication during the COVID-19 emergency in Spain: an approach from students’ perspective. Revista Latina de Comunicación Social, 78, 265-287. https://www.doi.org/10.4185/RLCS-2020-1477

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