Exploring the Experiences of Graduate School Students on Online Classes


Authors : Mary Grace P. Torentera; Francisco M. Espinosa; Jeannet E. Canda

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 4 - April

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6562514

We have investigated what it takes to help the students get interested in an online course built with educators and education researchers in mind based on student reflections and testimonies. The purpose of this study is to tell and retell the experiences of Graduate School Students in Online Class. A qualitative narrative approach using in-depth interview and focus group discussion were conducted to five students of the Graduate School of Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges. There were three themes that emerged as experienced by the Graduate School students who are having an online class, namely: mindfulness in embracing the new normal, teamwork, and workable setting. The participants of the study had different approaches in coping with the consequences and challenges brought by online class: no network coverage, poor internet connections, technical interruption and fatigue. They agreed that online classes bring flexibility, reduced cost and comfortable home learning environment.

Keywords : Educational management, experiences, new normal, teamwork, poor internet connection, online classes, Philippines.

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