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ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCHOOL, SELF-PERCEIVED SCHOOL COMPETENCE AND GENERAL SELF-ESTEEM DURING AND AFTER THE 1st WAVE OF COVID-19 EPIDEMIC IN SLOVENIA: A CASE STUDY Print E-mail

 

Vesna Jug[1]

Abstract

The COVID-19 epidemic has had a strong impact on school systems, as most of the world’s countries have closed schools and established distance schooling. In a case study on a 4th grade elementary school participant in Slovenia, the author researched the expression and changes in attitudes towards school, self-perceived school competence, and general self-esteem, both during and after distance schooling. With the help of different questionnaires and semi-structured interviews, the author concludes that the distance schooling in the participant's elementary school was well organized and that the participant was satisfied with its implementation. The author found more positive attitudes towards school and self-esteem in the post-epidemic period in the participant, while there were no differences in self-perceived school competence between the two periods.

Keywords: case study, COVID-19 epidemic, distance schooling, elementary school, children, development, attitudes towards school, self-perceived school competence, general self-esteem.

[1] Dr. Vesna Jug is an assistant at the Department of Psychology of University of Primorska, Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (vesna.jug (at) upr.si)
 

Cite this article:
Jug Vesna. ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCHOOL, SELF-PERCEIVED SCHOOL COMPETENCE AND GENERAL SELF-ESTEEM DURING AND AFTER THE 1st WAVE OF COVID-19 EPIDEMIC IN SLOVENIA: A CASE STUDY. Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, vol.14:185-202,

Digital Object Identifier(DOI): https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4935636
View full text in pdf: http://www.iiass.com/pdf/IIASS-2021-no-art11.pdf

 

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