The Thoughts of School Directors About Distance Education and Their Work in This Process
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Keywords:Covid-19 outbreak, distance education, school directors
The purpose of this research is to put forward the views of school directors about distance education studies that have been carried out during the covid 19 epidemic period in Turkey. The study used a case study method included in the qualitative research approach. The sample of the study was determined by the purposeful sampling method. The study was carried out with 27 school principals working in different school types (middle school and highs chool). The data were collected through an open-ended questionnaire form prepeared by the researchers and six questions. The data obtained from the study were analyzed by content analysis method. As a result of the study, it was found that principals maintained regular continuation of distance education activities with programs such as EBA and Zoom, resolved systematic problems in the distance education process, ensured student attendance, and established EBA live course support points in their schools during the epidemic period. It has been suggested that school administrators may focus more on the delivery of live.
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