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The aim of this research is to reveal the views of primary school teachers, students and parents on distance education activities during the Covid-19 pandemic period, in order to evaluate the adaptation of students to professional activities through innovative technologies. This research was carried out in qualitative research designs in accordance with phenomenology. The data were collected by the researcher through semi-structured interview forms prepared separately for teachers, students and parents. The participants of the study consisted of 10 primary school teachers, 20 primary school students and 25 parents of students who were working in various primary schools in the city of Shymkent, Kazakhstan in the 2020-2021 academic year and agreed to participate in the research voluntarily. As a result of the research, it has been revealed that the majority of teachers, students and parents find the quality of distance education insufficient, they prefer face-to-face education to distance education, and they encounter many problems in the distance education process.
Keywords: Covid-19 pandemic, distance education, education during the pandemic, quality of distance education
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