The impact of digital technologies on the school-family relationship during distance learning

In the educational context, technology is increasingly perceived as a key element of great educational renewal. For this reason, its use must be versatile and dynamic and adapt to various factors such as the teacher, the specific level of education, the characterising elements of the discipline, the age of the students, the cultural background of the families, and the availability of technological and financial resources. The essay proposes a reflection on the school-family relationship during the period of distance learning, through the analysis of the data that emerged from a survey conducted on a sample of 1326 parents, to verify how technologies found their way into the home, whether or not they were of help in carrying out teaching activities, or whether they represented an obstacle for families due to the lack of adequate digital competences.