Post-Covid-19 Teacher Training

The Trends that Are to Stay


  • Mariya Burlakova Shuya Affiliated Branch, Ivanovo State University
  • Alexey Mikhailov Shuya Affiliated Branch of Ivanovo State University



trends, teacher training institution, post-Covid education


The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on Shuya University. For a year, the students had to do all their  academic work online, which  has turned out  to be both intellectual and emotional lockdown for them. Now that the students are back at the campus, there has been a significant fall in the students’ motivation to study and a rise in the withdrawals from the courses. The escape into the Internet and the absence of face-to-face communication with peers and professors have disorientated  the students and have had an impact on their academic integrity. Yet, the crisis has showed some positive implications that result from revealing the potential of virtual learning environments with new methods of interactions between students and teachers and changing the overall way of governing the university. The authors present an overview of a few  “new-normal” academic trends that emerged after the pandemic outbreak and  seem to  have set in at the provincial Russian university in the city of Shuya.


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How to Cite

Burlakova, M., & Mikhailov, A. . (2022). Post-Covid-19 Teacher Training: The Trends that Are to Stay . International Dialogues on Education Journal, 8(1/2), 124–130.