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Ms. Rosalind AHJU
Help University, Malaysia (Shah Alam, Malaysia)
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Presentation title
A case study of community service project: the online teaching and learning in Rohingya community preschool
Presentation abstract
Covid-19 pandemic has caused all the Rohingya community preschool’s volunteer teachers to return to their respective country and shifted the preschool curriculum running its lessons online. Many Rohingya parents believed that their children would not learn from a classroom without the physical presence of a teacher and redrawn their children from attending preschool. This study aims to investigate the challenges faced by online preservice teachers. The knowledge gained in planning and implementation the online lessons will improve the quality of online learning. Seven diploma preservice teachers from a private university whose community project is teaching the Rohingya preschoolers online have undertaken this study. Data over a ten-week community service of 22 hours derived from video recordings, weekly discussions, and post-project reports. Findings showed that this project provided the preservice teachers with pedagogy and methodology knowledge of online teaching. The study has identified the problems related to internet connectivity issues, language barriers, and conflict between the preservice teachers and onsite facilitators.
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online teaching, community service, Rohingya children
E-learning, collaborative learning and blended learning
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Submitted by
Rosalind Ahju
Submitted: Sunday, 29 August 2021, 3:00 PM [JST]
Modified: Wednesday, 13 October 2021, 10:35 AM [JST]
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