ONLINE TEACHING LEARNING AND EVALUATION: EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS IN GOA
From the time of its outburst in late December 2019, the hostile COVID-19 has inflicted disaster across the world and like any other critical sector, education as well has been affected callously. The students, schools, colleges and universities have been impacted severely. However, with the support of the internet and various teaching-learning software’s and applications, the education sector could to a certain extent dilute the stiff hit of the pandemic if not entirely gratify the students through its digital adoption thereby sustaining the educational system and consequently making the physical classrooms to lose its prominence as the home of learning. This research paper aims to study the expectations of the students with respect to online teaching-learning and evaluation and also as certain if there exists a significant difference between genders, degree programme and streams of the students with the select dependent variables. A sample of 156 students from the select colleges in Goa were taken by using non-probability sampling methods. The questionnaire was prepared in google form and sent to participants via emails and social networking sites. Statistical analysis of data has been done with the help of frequency tables and chi-square test. The majority of the significant differences were observed with respect to streams of the students and the other variables of the teaching learning and evaluation as compared to the gender and the degree programme of the students.
online; teaching; learning; evaluation; expectation; pandemic