The week-long Homeschooling in the Corona pandemic has impacted, according to a study in the relationship of approximately a quarter of the respondents parents to their children. According to the estimates of mothers and fathers, 48.5 percent of students were very or fairly motivated, 51.1 percent but rather little.
The nationwide Online-survey "Homeschooling 2020", University of Koblenz-Landau, between the 8. April and 4. May to parents of pupils of General education schools 4320 questionnaires completely filled out, especially mothers.parents are Homeschooling in a negative
48.1 percent indicated that the teacher provided the task, in no discernible rhythm. The tasks were performed according to the study, a total of as little varied from the parents. A majority wished to have more feedback from the teachers. After all, the parents, the majority found that the tasks for the home are always or often clear that your child can work on independently.
technically, and an adaptation of the teacher training. "The study supports what we have experienced in the Corona-crisis itself: The digital education is still in its infancy", said Nice. FOCUS Online provides you with the most exciting Reports from the parents. Here you can subscribe to the Newsletter.
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