COVID-19 has changed the world we know, especially our educational system. This study explores the impact of schools' lockdown during COVID-19 on teachers' preparation programs in Kuwait. This qualitative research explores the adjustments that higher education institutes in Kuwait adopted to fulfill their teachers' preparation programs. Two public higher education institutes were the focus of this study by investigating the available syllabi and curricula of their teachers' preparation programs. The reviewed data revealed in-school learning stopped as institutions adhered to the government's closure directive. This study also revealed that higher learning institutions introduced changes to their training curriculum to prepare teachers for new teaching models. The findings established in this project accentuate the need for all higher learning institutions to modify their teacher-training curriculum to make technology integration a fundamental learning component.
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Master of Education (M.Ed.)
College of Community Innovation and Education
Learning Sciences and Educational Research
Curriculum and Instruction; Global, International and Comparative Education
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Alshammari, Nour, "The Impact of Covid-19 Precautions on Teachers' Preparation Programs in Kuwait" (2022). Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2020-. 971.