Perception, Engagement and Satisfaction of English Language Learners with Online Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic

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  • Selma Salihagic International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Ceylani Akay International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Abstract

Schools around the world have always been striving to modernize and digitalize the educational process. This is especially true for English language classes where English teachers tend to incorporate online assignments, activities, and games, depending on the topic of the lesson.   However, many would still rely heavily on traditional teaching methods and paper based tests and feedback. Covid-19 pandemic enforced the digitalization process practically overnight, forcing learners and educators to utilize exclusively online learning platforms and tools as studying in person was impossible. Learners around the world had to adjust to new learning conditions and learn in a way that is different from what they were used to.  Thus, this paper attempts to provide a general insight into the perception of students in two international schools towards this transition to online learning, their participation and engagement, as well as satisfaction with the learning outcomes in English language.

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Published

2022-09-12

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Salihagic, S., & Akay, C. (2022). Perception, Engagement and Satisfaction of English Language Learners with Online Learning During Covid-19 Pandemic. European Journal of Education, 5(2), 35–50. Retrieved from https://revistia.org/index.php/ejed/article/view/5952

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