Ma. Isabel O. Mojica
Instructor, cavite
Conducting classes remotely to shift in teaching paradigm of learning due to the on-going pandemic has posed many challenges to the education sector. Despite these efforts, several arguments are associated with remote learning especially with online classes or e-learning amidst the pandemic. The study aimed to unveil the lived experience of teachers and student who are taking remote learning in physical education subject. The respondents must had experience and engaging in remote learning. This study employed both qualitative and quantitative methods of research. The respondents must had experience and engaging in remote learning. This study answered the following: What is the demographic profile of teachers and students? What are the challenges encountered by teachers and students? What are the coping mechanisms of teachers and students during remote learning? Is there a relationship between challenges encountered and coping mechanisms of teachers and students? How do the profile of the teachers and students relate to the challenges encountered and their coping mechanisms? For the qualitative part, an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) method was used to interpret the meanings of experiences of human life, and focused on research question “What it is like to experience remote teaching and learning in physical education amidst the pandemic?”. Considering the results of the study, it can be said that the major problems faced by both teachers and students are the poor internet connection. This hampers the communication between the two as well as the communication among students. This breeds to a series of problems that stem from the lack of connectivity. Moreover, the most common coping mechanisms employed by both groups are engaging into activities that will help them distress.
Keywords: Coping Mechanism, Amidst pandemic, Coping Challenges, Remote learning
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

Published on : 2021-06-24

Vol : 6
Issue : 6
Month : June
Year : 2021
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