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Pages: 7032-7037
Publication year: 2020
ISBN: 978-84-09-24232-0
ISSN: 2340-1095
doi: 10.21125/iceri.2020.1509

Conference name: 13th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 9-10 November, 2020
Location: Online Conference

CHANGES IN SECURITY EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY IN A SELECTED SLOVAK REGION

M. Boroš, M. Vandlickova, R. Jankura

University of Zilina (SLOVAKIA)
Education is one of the primary functions of all types of schools around the world. Universities in Slovakia offer to teach in full-time or part-time form as standard. Full-time study consists of lectures focused on the theoretical framework of the material covered and exercises in which students train the acquired knowledge on practical assignments. Due to the pandemic caused by COVID-19, Slovak as well as foreign universities switched to distance learning. Although the Faculty of Security Engineering of the University of Žilina in Žilina (FSE UNIZA) has e-learning through the Moodle program, teachers do not make extensive use of it and prefer direct communication with students during and after class. Due to the pandemic measures of the Slovak Republic, teachers were forced to work through home officers, i.e. they were forced to use e-learning as well as other lecture programs, which turned teachers into students. This situation was even more complicated for teachers with families, who found it very difficult to fully teach the material to students. In addition to this fact, the pandemic situation brought with it other findings such as the lack of material equipment of teachers for online lectures, the need for teacher education to work with online lecture programs, Internet restrictions on the part of both teachers and students and many others. As this was an exceptional situation, it brought with it a certain variability and teachers could choose any lecture program whose functions suited them best.

The article is focused on the evaluation of changes in the classification of students during a pandemic, pointing out the choice of lecture program, the way of communication with students, and much more. The data evaluated in the article were found through a questionnaire survey among FBI UNIZA teachers to identify possible shortcomings in e-learning and eliminate them before any further launch of the distance form of teaching. Based on the evaluation, and educational material will also be created for teachers with the determination of a specific lecture program with the aim of a greater introduction of e-learning into the pedagogical process at FSE UNIZA.
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M. Boroš, M. Vandlickova, R. Jankura (2020) CHANGES IN SECURITY EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY IN A SELECTED SLOVAK REGION, ICERI2020 Proceedings, pp. 7032-7037.
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