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At low tide… or what teachers took away from their distance education experience [r-libre/3088]

Papi, Cathia; Desjardins, Guillaume, & Tjen, Monica (Nov 2023). At low tide… or what teachers took away from their distance education experience. Paper presented at ICDE World Conference 2023, San José (Costa Rica).

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Item Type: Conference papers (unpublished)
Refereed: Yes
Status: Unpublished
Abstract: During the first months of the pandemic, TÉLUQ University played a major role in supporting all teachers in Quebec (and beyond) by creating the J’enseigne à distance (I teach at a distance) training programme. This programme, created in four months, includes four microprograms (support, disseminate, adapt and evaluate) for the different sectors of education. The modules were put online as each was created and have been consulted by more than 300,000 people. Now that in-person teaching has resumed for over a year, to what extent does this training still have an impact on teaching practices? We propose to reflect on this topic in light of the results of an April 2023 survey sent to people who participated in the programme. Although the majority of them now teach in person, more than half of them indicate that they use what they learned during the training sometimes or often, or even daily. Most of the respondents report having modified their teaching resources, learning activities or teaching and coaching methods since the pandemic. Thus, the transition to distance learning seems to have promoted certain changes in practices.
Official URL: https://web.cvent.com/event/4ddab3a1-ec47-4a74-8b9...
Depositor: Papi, Cathia
Owner / Manager: Cathia Papi
Deposited: 10 Nov 2023 16:03
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2023 16:03

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