The topic of the fifteenth episode of the second season of the „Efekt Sieci” podcast is remote learning and research on remote education during a pandemic. Since spring, we have made a quantum leap in remote learning – according to the Independent Students» Association, even before the summer vacations as many as 70% of students participated in remote classes conducted in the form of correspondence, i.e. via e‑mails with the tutors. What does it look like today and what do the survey results say?
Expert knowledge and findings from the report „Remote learning. Taming the (un)known” shares Dr. Joanna Mazur, a DELab UW analyst who answers Dr. Justyna Pokojska’s questions about:
- conclusions from the studies reviewed,
- „state” of remote education after nearly a year of transitioning to the new mode,
- the most effective forms of distance learning and the factors that determine its success,
- the biggest advantages of remote learning,
- the challenges that remote education creates,
- the way a new form of teaching deals with inequality,
- the issue of personalization in teaching and individualized courses tailored to the needs of learners, and the opportunities and threats the model creates for the modern academy.