Impact of COVID-19 in Academic and Psychology of Collegiate: A ReviewJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2020-06-05
Authors : Sanasam Pauline Devi;
Page : 434-437
Keywords : COVID-19; online; pandemic; education; psychology; mental health; collegiate;
COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) originated in Wuhan city of China, has spread rapidly all over the world during a short period of time, sending billions of people into lock down. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared this epidemic a pandemic. It significantly resulted in a large number of psychological consequences leading to have profound psychological effects on all individuals. One psychological aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic in academic is fear, resulting to the shutting down of all Universities and Colleges to prevent and protect all students and staff members from the highly infectious disease. As a result teachers are already in the process of transitioning to online teaching platforms, the only mode of feasible teaching in current scenario. Online mode of teaching however, leads to a number of factors related to the quality of educational institutions, teachers, parents and students. The emotional states are assumed to be contributing factors that may affect the quality of remote or online learning, teacher performance, student knowledge and skills. Online teaching is not only a massive shock to student’s understanding level but also to the student social life. In this review, the author will highlight the potential impact of the terrible COVID-19 outbreak on the education system and psychological impact on collegiate, teachers and parents.
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