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Main presenter
Dr. Le Nghi Tran TRAN
Banking Academy of Vietnam, Phu Yen Campus (Queensland, Australia)
Presenter [2]
Ms. Thao Thi Thu NGUYEN University of Foreign Languages and International Studies (ULIS) – Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Dr. LE Van Thinh Vietnam Banking Academy
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Dr. NGUYEN Thanh Luan Ho Chi Minh City Open University
Presenter [5]
Ms. Yen Ho Hai PHAM Hoa Sen University – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Parents as tutors: How to navigate through remote learning during lockdowns
Presentation abstract
While countries across the world grapple with continuous lockdowns due to COVID-19 outbreaks, the education sector has adapted and moved on, with technology-enhanced learning becoming the norm in the new normalities. The pandemic has pushed parents to the front line of the learning-at-home battlefield, where the spotlight was traditionally focussed on teachers and students. The current study aimed to further understanding on the role and involvement of parents in their children’s learning at home, an important but under-researched area of the literature on teaching and learning. Mixed methods were adopted as the research design to collect quantitative and qualitative data from 183 parents of school-aged children in Vietnam in 2020. Results revealed that many parents become tutors who spent time: 1/ setting goals, 2/ supervising their children’s learning, 3/ assisting them with using technologies and solving problems, and 4/ making learning more engaging for their children. The study also identified advantages and challenges for parents while they involved in their children’s learning. The results indicates that only under 15% of the participants found remote learning ineffective or highly ineffective. The study offers practical implications for parents, students, teachers, and schools on how to navigate through remote learning during the pandemic.
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parental involvement, COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning, technology-enhanced learning
Fostering autonomous learning through technology
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Tran Le Nghi Tran
Submitted: Monday, 30 August 2021, 5:35 AM [JST]
Modified: Saturday, 9 October 2021, 4:41 AM [JST]
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