With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and students have seen their activities suddenly thrust online. With little guidance or experience, they have had to learn new tools and often have struggled with access and material support, but also disease and economic hardships. Given that teachers' approaches to teaching are influenced by such events, we report on a survey design cross-sectional study of Nepalese teachers' experience of the transition to online teaching. This study has implications for instructional planning and implementation.
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