Adverse Effects of Online Education on Student Engagement during Covid-19: Review, Synthesis and Research Agenda
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The study reviews the relationship between ethical consideration and student engagement with reference to online education among school, under graduate, and post graduate learners. COVID-19 outbreak has changed the way education been delivered. The exploratory research suggests a conceptual framework which can be adapted by schools and educational institutions to address to the concerns of students like stress, anxiety, and ethics. Online teaching strategies should ensure emotional, cognitive, and social engagement among student managers leading to ideal teacher-student and student-student interactive environment. The future research is expected to establish a relationship between student engagement and ethical consideration and role of mediators like stress and anxiety negatively affecting online learning. In the midst of COVID-19 pandemic, higher educational institutions should be equipped with content and resources that are leading to learning outcomes.
Subhasis Sen, Sweta Banerjee Adverse Effects of Online Education on Student Engagement during Covid-19: Review, Synthesis and Research Agenda. Cardiometry; No.26 February 2023; p.293-301; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2023.26.293301; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no26-february-2023/adverse-effects-of-online-education-on-student-engagement-during-covid-19