During the Coronavirus disease pandemic (COVID-19) remote learning presented many new challenges for K-12 teachers, and likely presented unique challenges for different content areas and grade levels. To investigate this problem, a survey-based quantitative study was conducted. A total of 831 teachers in a midwestern state completed a survey on the challenges of remote teaching. Results found (1) areas expected to present challenges that did not, (2) challenges that surfaced for teachers regardless of the grade level or content they taught, and (3) challenges that were experienced differently by teachers within educational levels and/or content areas. Continued exploration of how districts and other agencies can help teachers implement remote teaching will be helpful for the short term, and perhaps the long term, as benefits of remote teaching are documented.
Leech, Nancy L.; Gullett, Sophie; Howland Cummings, Miriam; and Haug, Carolyn
"Challenges of Remote Teaching for K-12 Teachers During COVID-19,"
Journal of Educational Leadership in Action: Vol. 7:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/ela/vol7/iss1/1
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