‘You Don’t Have to Feel Trapped’: Virtual Field Trips During School Shutdowns: A Systematic Review and SWOT Analysis (73101)

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The purpose of this systematic review and Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis is to examine the Virtual Field Trips, an important component of educational technology, to see how these can help ensure continuity of education (both formal and informal) in a safe manner, and how they can help address the unique needs of each learner and support diverse and inclusive education. This research systematically summarized existing literature published between January 2021 and December 2021, and search terms identified 1795 papers, from which 37 relevant articles met the inclusion criteria of the current review. Data extraction was initially conducted based on title, keywords, and abstract; it continued with a full-text analysis for the final set of 37 included studies. The results show that Virtual field trips can be useful to individuals who are unable to go on a real field trip in case of another national lockdown or in the 'new normal' and the ‘next normal' post-pandemic era and due to other problems, such as climate change, as they allow students to travel to different areas without leaving their safe environment.

Gulsah Dost, University of Durham, United Kingdom

About the Presenter(s)
Ms Gulsah Dost is a University Doctoral Student at University of Durham in United Kingdom

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00