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Teaching in Pandemic Times: The Impact of the 2020 COVID-19 Learning-From-Home Experience on NSW Secondary Teachers

2021246

SERAP Report

Faye Worrall

05-May-2022

Yes

This study will explore the impact on secondary teachers in a NSW regional city of the 2020 COVID-19 learning-from-home period of schooling. Adopting a qualitative methodology, the proposed study will recruit 8-10 participants. Participants will be NSW Department of Education secondary teachers of different genders, settings, school sizes and localities in this regional city, who have taught in a secondary school for more than seven years and were teaching during and after the 2020 COVID-19 learning-from-home period. Participants will participate in a 40-minute semi-structured interview, either in person or online via Zoom. The proposed study will add to existing research by reporting on the lived experiences of secondary teachers as they reflect on their teaching during the 2020 learning-from-home period. Teachers are critical to schooling, therefore, developing deeper understandings of teachers’ experience of teaching during this pandemic is vital for education.

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Teaching in Pandemic Times: The Impact of the 2020 COVID-19 Learning-From-Home Experience on NSW Secondary Teachers SERAP_2021246_Report_-_Teaching_in_Pandemic_Times_-_The_Impact_of_the_2020_COVID-19_Learning-From-Home_Experience_on_NSW_Secondary_Teachers_-_Worrall.pdf SERAP_2021246_Report_-_Teaching_in_Pandemic_Times_-_The_Impact_of_the_2020_COVID-19_Learning-From-Home_Experience_on_NSW_Secondary_Teachers_-_Worrall.pdf 1360 KB [pdf] 05-May-2022 Masters Thesis