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A Study of the Perceptions of Teachers of Online Teaching and Satisfaction within a Private Organisational Environment

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Introduction

The rise in distance education has both been fuelled by technology, customer demands and legislative accommodation. What used to be exclusive to adult education and carried out via postal mail communications has moved to the internet of the World Wide Web. Eminently effective for students at college and university stage, online schooling is also accessible at the level of basic education in K-12. While the advantages of online schooling for teachers and students are self-evident, almost little is understood regarding the pitfalls, pressures and causes of frustration that teachers experience from remote distribution.

The great advances in digital technology, Internet infrastructure and the market receptivity shown by the majority of American households acquiring broadband access laid the groundwork for the success of online education.

Universities were the first institutions to deliver online teaching to their students (Arora, 2009).  Online teaching is a fast-growing part of higher education for asynchronous courses, or those conducted anywhere and anytime, without waiting to assemble an economic class size (Northcentral University, 2010).

A Study of the Perceptions of Teachers of Online Teaching and Satisfaction within a Private Organisational Environment

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