Job Satisfaction Level on Online Teaching among Higher Secondary School Teachers during Covid-19 Pandemic

  • S. Suganya Research Scholar, Department of Psychology, Raapa International Campus, Sri Lanka https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1540-1275
  • B. Sankareshwari Assistant Professor, Department of Tamilology, School of Tamil Studies, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: Online teaching, School teachers, Technology, Psychological well-being, Evolution, Adoptability, COVID-19 situation

Abstract

Education is the process, whereas an actual human mind will be evolved into a mature mind. Education is a tool to impart knowledge about known and unknown things. It will make a human brain to understand the know things deeper way and unknown things better way. As days are inherited, the ways of education are also transferring according to the need of an hour. The COVID-19 situation made all the educational institutions going in line with virtual classes and the online education system from the physical environment. The technological evolution is not new to the Indian education system, but getting exposed to often and getting adopted towards the pandemic situation could be vulnerable among education professionals. Before any changes occur, preparing for the situation needs transition space to get adopt and getting used to it. But the pandemic situation allowed the transition and breeding time to adapt towards the technological culture. This has a higher impact on online educators. This research highlights the impact intensity among education professionals who are teaching online affects their Psychological well-being and providing suggestions to cope with the technological culture and psychological well-being.

Published
2020-12-01
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How to Cite
Suganya, S., & Sankareshwari, B. (2020). Job Satisfaction Level on Online Teaching among Higher Secondary School Teachers during Covid-19 Pandemic. Shanlax International Journal of Education, 9(1), 138-145. https://doi.org/10.34293/education.v9i1.3530
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