Odczucia uczniów i nauczycieli w erze nauczania zdalnego. Wyzwanie podparte psychodynamiczną analizą tradycyjnych odniesień w edukacji

Maria Gabriella Pediconi

Streszczenie w języku polskim


W artykule omówiono badanie wyjaśniające, w jaki sposób okres pandemii wpłynął na uczucia nauczycieli, dzieci i nastolatków. Analizie poddano materiały narracji od wewnątrz, składające się ze słów, które opowiadają o tym, co się dzieje. W szczególności poprzez te materiały przedstawiono uczucia, jakich doświadczali uczniowie i nauczyciele w szkole w trakcie nauczania zdalnego. Słuszność tradycyjnych odniesień w pedagogice potwierdzają fundamentalne role bohaterów działań wychowawczych, nawet w okresie pandemii: nauczycieli i dzieci.


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odczucia w edukacji; nauczanie i uczenie się online; COVID-19; analiza psychodynamiczna

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17951/pe.2021.5.165-186
Data publikacji: 2021-11-15 21:31:53
Data złożenia artykułu: 2021-04-27 09:21:18


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