Title: The Impact of the COVID-19 on Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy and their Attitudes Towards Online Learning
Stream: Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Hanh Nguyen Ly, Yola Education Joint Stock Company, Vietnam
Teacher’s sense of efficacy has been pinpointed in a rich array of recent studies to determine the teachers’ readiness and success in adapting themselves to online teaching during the abrupt school closure amid the pandemic. With attempts to ensure the quality of teaching and learning, acknowledgement of teachers’ self-efficacy and attitude towards the new form of education is crucial for school leaders and trainers to provide appropriate training, supportive policies, and changes in curriculum development. By employing Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy Scale (TSES; M. Tschannen-Moran & A. Woolfolk-Hoy, 2001) and Test of e-Learning Related Attitudes scale (TeLRA; DH Kisanga and G. Ireson, 2016) followed by semi-structured interviews, this paper unravels the practices of teaching during the Covid-19 from the perspective of language teachers (N = 109) in Vietnam from different levels and educational sectors. The impact of prolonged school closure on teachers and their perception technology in education is also discussed. Finally, suggestions for school leaders and teachers are proposed to accommodate the thrive of virtual classes.
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