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Hacettepe Egitim Dergisi ; 38(1):78-89, 2023.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2252254


The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on students are not equal because of some factors, including cognitive and non-cognitive acquisition. Also, the availability of educational tools and connectivity dramatically affected the students and added to the existing academic gap. This study determined the attitude of Senior High School students (SHS) at Western Institute of Technology, Philippines, towards the implementation of emergency remote teaching (online delivery mode) amidst the pandemic. The qualitative analysis was used to gather the attitudes of respondents. The number of respondents and the interview length were determined when the point of saturation was reached. The formulated researcher-made questionnaire in the quantitative analysis was based on the results of the qualitative analysis. The total collected responses were 329 via Google form. The summary of thematic analysis recorded five (5) statements of apprehensions and five statements (5) of openness. The results of the central tendency showed that the majority of the students, regardless of gender, grade level, and strand had higher confidence about the listed apprehension than the listed openness. Statistical analyses showed that students' responses in the listed openness regardless of gender, grade level and strand had no significant difference (p>0.05). Statistical analyses of listed openness were not consistent with the listed apprehension. In conclusion, the implementation of emergency remote teaching (online delivery mode) brought advantages and disadvantages to the students during the pandemic. © 2023, Hacettepe University. All rights reserved.

2021 IEEE 13th International Conference on Humanoid, Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Communication and Control, Environment, and Management, HNICEM 2021 ; 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1788683


Amid COVID-19, instructive foundations over the world were covered, and understudies were limited to their homes. Understudies in an instructive setting believe collaborative learning (CL) boosts their learning execution. By looking at social media utilization among understudies inside the classroom, this ponder handles the vital idea of CL all through the COVID-19 plague. The constructivism theory is utilized amid this consider, taken after by the innovation acknowledgment model. Successful innovation integration for instructing subject material requires an intensive understanding of point, innovation, and instructional method, as well as their interrelationships. Against the setting of planning understudies for a digitalized future, supporting paraeducators by technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) becomes vital in training with the incorporation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Educators require direction in shaping effective community associations and recognizing guardians as crucial partners. With the developing requirement for communication between families and schools, now may be a great minute to set up rules for parent engagement. Future enlightening will relate to effectively joining forces to empower and believe guardians as partners instead of obstacles, permitting us to serve students as an entirety. This paper provides a closed summary review and understanding the association between social media utilization and understudy achievement is critical in achieving SDG's 4 with collaborating TPACK framework to comprehending the work of social media. © 2021 IEEE.