University Student Evaluations of Online Teaching Quality During Covid-19 in Thailand (RSU)
As a result of the outbreak of COVID-19, Rangsit University in Thailand transitioned from in-person instruction to online teaching. This presented a challenge for students who were accustomed to traditional classroom-based learning. Consequently, there is a need to objectively assess how Rangsit University International College students perceived the quality of online teaching during the pandemic. In order to investigate the various factors that influence students' evaluation of online teaching, this study has also examined students' learning attitudes and concentration, as well as their utilization of different online education platforms and devices. Ultimately, the goal of this paper is to propose potential measures for improving the quality of online teaching in the future. To collect data that addresses the research questions, a questionnaire consisting of 29 questions was designed and distributed through a web-based platform. A total of 325 responses were gathered, and the data will be analyzed using the statistical software SPSS. Based on the results, it can be concluded that online teaching had become a mainstream education method since the epidemic, although it had some problems, such as poor teaching quality and effectiveness compared to in-person teaching, and sometimes electronic devices or networks may malfunction, or students were easily distracted and distracted. These issues will all affect the quality and efficiency of teaching. Therefore, it is necessary for school teachers and students themselves to make some efforts to further improve the quality and efficiency of online teaching. And this paper analyzed and discussed the problems of online teaching and proposes some corresponding solutions.
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