University’s remote classes: the students perspective


The Covid19’s emergency forced the entire educational system, even colleges, to switch from frontal classes to remote classes (DaD). This brand new way of taking classes changed all at once roles and routines, organizational procedures, teaching methods, interaction. This article presents the results of an exploratory survey that examine student perception and satisfaction regarding remote classes. Students attends two different classes: “CdS Scienze dell’Educazione” and “CdL Scienze della Formazione Primaria”. This article compares time before Covid19 (A.A 19/20 March-May) and during Covid19 (A.A 20/21 September-December). We highlighted strengths and weaknesses of remote classes and, surprisingly, frontal classes.