A first descriptive analysis of the open questions in the SIRD survey: Campania teachers’ responses
Keywords:emergenza sanitaria; didattica a distanza; analisi qualitativa; Regione Campania.
The DPCM of 4 March 2020 sanctioned the suspension of face-to-face teaching activities, consequently all schools had to reorganize the training offer in the form of distance learning. This article is part of the national survey carried out by the Italian Society for Educational Research (SIRD) in collaboration with teachers' associations (AIMC, CIDI, FNISM, MCE, SALTAMURI, UCIIM), aimed at detecting the situation experienced by teachers during the health emergency Covid-19. The aim is to provide an initial analysis of the answers from teachers in Campania Region to the four open questions of the SIRD questionnaire. The analysis unit consists of 595 teachers belonging to different school orders and grades present in the regional territory. The study, making use of the categorical model derived from post-coding, presents the distribution of occurrences regarding the difficulties encountered by the students, the strengths and weak-nesses of the distance learning, and to which are added freely expressed comments and reflections. From the interpretation of the data, a detailed description of the topic emerges, in different contexts and according to different perspectives, both at a micro and macro categorical level.
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