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2021, iss. 1-2, pp. 111-119
Education is becoming digital: The youth attitudes towards online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic
aUniversity Singidunum, Belgrade
bFaculty of Business and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade

emailkkalicanin@singidunum.ac.rs, ibrdar@singidunum.ac.rs, tamara.vesic@vspep.edu.rs
Abstract
One year has passed since the world declared a state of a pandemic caused by COVID-19. The main objective was to limit the number of people in public places to mitigate the spread of the virus. The Serbian government also decided to suspend teaching in higher education institutions, secondary and primary schools, and the regular operation of preschool education institutions. The habitats of all the inhabitants of the world have completely changed in all spheres of life. Offices and classrooms have moved into family homes and the question now arises as to how much digitization has made it easier or harder to complete everyday responsibilities. However, they all had to come to terms with the fact and adapt in a possible way to the current situation. Teachers and parents faced a difficult challenge, but perhaps the most difficult was for pupils and students, among whom many have not had direct contact with their professors for a year and they master most of the material on their own. The aim of the research in this paper was to determine how much the way of conducting online teaching in Serbia has changed, compared to last year. An attempt was made to determine whether more positive or negative grades were given by students for the approach and manner of teaching in high schools and faculties.
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article language: English
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/intrev2102113K
received: 02/06/2021
accepted: 10/07/2021
published in SCIndeks: 07/08/2021
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