Following the COVID-19 pandemic, distance education (DE) replaced traditional "face-to-face" teaching and has become the main method of teaching. The aim of this study was to 1) evaluate the impact of DE by teachers in our department during the second semester of the 2019-20 academic year following the March-May 2020 Italian national lockdown and 2) evaluate the relationship between DE and the emotional well-being of teachers during the period of home confinement.

Distance education during COVID 19: an Italian survey on the university teachers' perspectives and their emotional conditions

Casacchia, Massimo;Cifone, Maria Grazia;Giusti, Laura;Fabiani, Leila;Gatto, Roberto;Lancia, Loreto;Cinque, Benedetta;Petrucci, Cristina;Giannoni, Mario;Ippoliti, Rodolfo;Frattaroli, Anna Rita;Macchiarelli, Guido;Roncone, Rita
2021

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Following the COVID-19 pandemic, distance education (DE) replaced traditional "face-to-face" teaching and has become the main method of teaching. The aim of this study was to 1) evaluate the impact of DE by teachers in our department during the second semester of the 2019-20 academic year following the March-May 2020 Italian national lockdown and 2) evaluate the relationship between DE and the emotional well-being of teachers during the period of home confinement.
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