Tuesday, March 30
11:30-11:45 AM
EDT
Room 5

Teachers’ and Administrators’ Perspectives on Students’ Digital Behaviors during the Online Instruction under the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Brief Paper (Live Presentation) ID: 58389
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    Emily Stellmann
    Towson University
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    Liyan Song
    Towson University

Abstract: The paper reports on the results of a survey investigating teachers’ (including school librarians) and administrators’ experiences with K-12 students’ digital behavior during hastily arranged and prolonged online instruction under the COVID-19 pandemic. Posted to public and professional organization message boards and listservs and sent out via professional networks, the survey asked teachers and administrators to contemplate students’ behavior during online interactions and instruction. The findings of this research indicated that teachers felt that students were unfocused or distracted during class, students were not consistently turning in work, or not participating in online instruction, and that students were misusing digital technology, wasting class time.

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