Perceptions of Pre-Service Teachers on Online Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Batmang Batmang, Muslihin Sultan, Abdul Azis, Fahmi Gunawan
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Despite the researches into pre-service teachers' perception of online learning has been extensively undertaken during the pandemic COVID-19, little empirical evidence addresses their perception of the learning basic needs during the pandemic COVID-19 in Indonesia. To fill this void, this study aims to explore how Arabic pre-service teachers perception on online learning during the pandemic. Observations and in-depth interviews were carried out in the data collection process. The results of the study indicate that Arabic pre-service teachers' perceptions relating to the basic needs of online learning consist of four things; competence, arousal, self-determination, and relatedness. Finally, this research implies not only contextual but also empirical and policy contributions.


COVID-19, Language learning, Perceptions, Student basic needs

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Batmang, B., Sultan, M., Azis, A., & Gunawan, F. (2021). Perceptions of pre-service teachers on online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology (IJEMST), 9(3), 449-461.



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Editors: Ismail Sahin & Mack Shelley

Place of Publication: Turkey & Name of Publisher: Ismail Sahin

ISSN: 2147-611X (Online)