Three Semesters during the Pandemic: How the Educational Process Changed According to the University Students
The pandemic of COVID 19 was a catalyst for unprecedented social change in many spheres, including the higher education. In most countries, including Bulgaria, the classes were held online not only during the first lockdowns in the spring of 2020, but also during the next two semesters. The fast and forcible transition to online education led to various changes in the educational process in the universities in Bulgaria that respectively had their impact on all the participants in the process, especially the students. The main purpose of the paper is to analyze if and how the university students in Bulgaria accept these changes and what is their attitude towards the new and unexpected educational approach, which is one of the main factors for understanding the changes in the educational process itself.
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