|Author(s)||Univ.-Prof. Mag. Mag. Dr. Susanne Schwab, Bakk. MA; Dr. Katharina-Theresa Lindner, BEd, Mag. Julia Kast, Dr. Rupert Corazza, Dr. Marie Gitschthaler, Alexandra Gutschik, BEd,|
|Institution(s)||University of Vienna, Centre for Teacher Education|
Susanne Schwab, email@example.com
Alexandra Gutschik, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Maybe further partner(s)|
Students: Christina Maria Eder, Martina Marleku
|Theoretical framework/approach||Inclusion, self-efficacy, at-risk students|
Inclusive Home Learning – How has school closure impacted teachers‘ perceptions of their daily school life? What challenges and benefits have they identified in relation to their own self-efficacy and the students? How do teachers perceive the performance of so-called at-risk students (special education needs, low socioeconomic status, low proficiency in the language of instruction) during home learning?
|Themes / topics|
Home learning, perception of school life, use of digital media, feedback, emotional states, at-risk students, inclusion, self-efficacy.
|Main findings of study / highlights|
|Methods||quantitative online questionnaire with qualitative open-ended questions at the end|
|Analytic Appraoch||deskriptiv, explorativ, explanativ, kausal|
|Desig of data collection|
Online questionnaire via Lime Survey, duration approx.. 30 Minutes, use of existing and newly developed scales
|Time(s) of data collection||T1: 20th April 2020 – 08th May 2020 T2: 23rd November 2020 – 15th of January 2021|
|Kind of sampling, kind and number of sample|
The questionnaire was sent out to school principals in federal states in which the local school authority had agreed to participation. T1: 3 467 teachers T2: 1 819 teachers (as of 28.11.2020)
Kast, J., Lindner, K.-T., Gutschik, A., & Schwab, S. (2021) Teachers‘ Attitudes and Self-Efficacy Beliefs Regarding at-risk Students During Home-learning Due to COVID-19. European Journal of Special Needs Education.