‘Maslow before bloom’-parents’ views on the impact of e-learning on post-pandemic early childhood education pedagogy
Namita Bhatt, Ayushi Mital
The study aims to explore and understand the impact of emergency e-learning on parents and its potential impact on their views regarding early childhood care and education pedagogy in a post-pandemic scenario. A mixed-method approach was used for the study keeping in mind the objectives of the study; To evaluate the experiences of parents in relation to E-learning, To identify the major difficulties faced by parents during E-learning, To understand the impact of job loss, pay cut, work from home etc. on E-learning and To understand the views and expectations of parents on early childhood education pedagogy in a post-pandemic scenario. A total of 80 parents were selected using the snowball sampling method. Results reveal that the parents had a difficult time managing their child’s learning during the pandemic and they believe that the early childhood care and education pedagogy may be changed for which the schools are ready.
Namita Bhatt, Ayushi Mital. ‘Maslow before bloom’-parents’ views on the impact of e-learning on post-pandemic early childhood education pedagogy. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 7, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 68-73