Teachers’ online teaching expectations and experiences during the Covid19-pandemic in the Netherlands

Irene van der Spoel*, Omid Noroozi, Ellen Schuurink, Stan van Ginkel

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Abstract

The COVID19-Pandemic has forced educators to transform their lessons into online versions in a short period of time. This study compares teachers’ perception regarding their online teaching expectations (prior to the transition to remote teaching) and experiences (after a month of online teaching). Two surveys were completed by 200 Dutch teachers. Results demonstrated a significant change in the perception of teachers regarding their resolutions to implement technology in their lessons in a post-corona era. In this regard, teachers’ gender and prior experiences with the use of ICT seem to play a small role. Findings of this study provide implications for the professionalisation of teachers, such as characteristics of teachers and intentions to implement technology in teaching, as well as experienced positive and negative aspects of online teaching. Future research should focus on constructing and testing educational design principles for effective professionalisation of teachers in adopting technology in their educational practices.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)623-638
Number of pages16
JournalEuropean journal of teacher education
Volume43
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Aug 2020

Keywords

  • COVID19-Pandemic
  • educational technology
  • professionalisation of teachers
  • remote teaching
  • survey study

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