Maintaining Academic Stability through Remote Instruction during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Jacques Alexandre, EdD

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Jacques Alexandre

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The relationship between personalized instruction, academic achievement, knowledge application, and problem-solving skills
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High School Physics and Mathematics teacher in New York City Public School teacher for over 20 years. I am also a Mathematics Coach and an Academic Mentor I write, evaluate, and develop instructional curriculum. I earned my Doctorate in education in 2016 from the University of Phoenix, School of Advanced Studies. I earned my Master in education in 1995 from the New School University. I earned my Bachelor in Physics in from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
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University of Phoenix
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Mathematics Teacher - New York City Department of Education
New York City Department of Education - Passages Academy
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Thursday, September 7, 1995
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The focus of this current study is on exploring the perceptions of teachers regarding the benefits, advantages, and inconveniences of remote instruction and the academic stability due to the change to remote instruction in the K-12 educational environment during the COVID-19 pandemic. The data collection method will be primary data in the form of questionnaire using a sample of 12 educators who practice remote teaching during the Coronavirus pandemic also referred to as  the COVID-19 pandemic. The educators, as participants, work in a large school district in the northeastern area of the United States. The participants will receive an invitation to complete an anonymous questionnaire regarding their perceptions of the benefits, advantages, and inconveniences of remote instruction and the academic stability due to the change to remote instruction . 

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Remote Learning
Remote Instruction
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Teachers Perceptions