The Distance Learning Situation As A Professional Challenge For Future Teachers

Abstract

The change towards distance learning during the pandemic situation has raised questions about the advantages and limitations of online learning. Despite the great interest in this topic, not much is known about how students perceive the learning situation, what factors influence the involvement and effectiveness of learning. Our research is devoted to the study of self-perception in a learning situation, the relationship with students' self-efficacy and assessment of the situation as a professional challenge. The research of the health state, students’ experiencing the situation and self-efficacy in the context of various anti-epidemiological measures on the example of the cities of Krasnoyarsk and Grodno has been carried out with the help of an online survey of students. The results have shown that the characteristics of learning in different life conditions have an influence on well-being, situational anxiety, cognitive assessment of the situation and the type of orientation in a difficult situation. If distance learning is perceived as a challenge, it affects the search for opportunities in the situation, the desire to learn something new, correlates with the prevalence of a more positive mood. As a result of the study, possible directions of institutional changes to support personal agency have been identified.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.152

Online ISSN

2357-1330