Rapid transition to emergency teaching online: The experience of tertiary teachers and implications for vocational education

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Heath, Samantha
Palfreyman, Sue
Kabbar, Eltahir
Perry, Amanda
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2021-12
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New Zealand
vocational education
online learning
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
educational delivery models
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Heath, S., Palfreyman, S., Kabbar, E., & Perry, A. (2021, Dec). Rapid transition to emergency teaching online: The experience of tertiary teachers and implications for vocational education. Paper presented at the MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2021 - Rangahau Horonuku Hou - New Research Landscapes
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Operational definitions: Emergency Transition to Remote Learning which is different to e-Learning or Online learning Participant characteristics Years of teaching How familiar were you with online teaching? Challenges faced by lecturers Teacher perceived student issues The effects of emergency remote teaching (1) ("‘Missing the light bulb moments’ (Participant 2)) The effects of emergency remote teaching (2) ("We saw each other’s homes and met family members and recognised we were all in it together” (Participant 26)) Implications for vocational education Reflections
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