COVID-19, coronavirus, online learning, in person learning, pandemic
Because of COVID-19, learning and teaching had to transition from in-person to online learning in a matter of weeks in 2020. This changed how many students “attended” school and studied even if this was not their preferred method of studying. In this study we are going to examine the differences in perceptions of learning of college students who are involved in in-person learning vs those who are involved in online learning. We will obtain information from a likert survey sent out to college students on their perceptions of learning from both forms of instruction. This research will let school districts know if online or in-person instruction is perceived as more effective by their students. This is especially important with the COVID-19 pandemic happening, as many schools were forced to online learning.
Maharajh, Nalini and Edman, Brooke, "Perceptions of Online versus In Person Learning" (2021). IdeaFest. 322.