Teaching during the Covid emergency from reorganization to redesign. Teachers’ and families’ point of view
Keywords:distance learning; teachers; emergency; families; redesign.
During the first lockdown, the health crisis forced schools to initiate emergency distance learning (Dad) to comply with the rules of containment of the contagion. Distance learning was the only possible solution to ensure teaching and educational continuity and maintain the relationship with students and families. Schools have been engaged in the reorganization of activities and have had to face critical and unforeseen situations that educational research has tried to detect and analyze. With the start of the new school year, educational institutions had to redesign their educational offerings taking into account the experience they had during the first lockdown. Starting from the SIRD national survey, the present research analyzed more in-depth teaching during this emergency, gathering with a local exploratory survey both quantitative and qualitative data involving primary school teachers and parents. The objective was to compare the teachers’ and the parents’ points of view, triangulating them, in order to reflect on the perceptions and dynamics that have characterized the school-family relationship. The results of the research allowed us to identify the problematic aspects and to enhance the quality elements that can contribute consolidating educational co-responsibility and widespread educational leadership, dimensions considered strategic to dealing with unforeseen situations and possible future emergencies.
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