Effectiveness and Difficulties of E-Learning as Viewed by The Secondary Stage Students During COVID-19 Pandemic in Jordan
Keywords:evaluation, e-learning, Covid-19 pandemic
The study aimed to evaluate e-learning activities as viewed by the secondary stage students during COVID-19 pandemic in Jordan. The study population consisted of 326 eleventh grade students from the private schools in Madaba, Jordan. A sample of 142 eleventh grade students was purposefully selected from Al-Rashad Schools in Madaba during the second semester of 2020/2021. The study used the descriptive methodology approach represented by a questionnaire that was developed to achieve the objectives of the study. The study concluded that the difficulties and barriers of e-learning were, in general, at a moderate level. Similarly, the usefulness of e-learning activities and the effectiveness of e-learning activities were at a moderate level. The study also concluded that there were no statistically significant differences in the level of evaluation e-learning activities as viewed by the secondary stage students during COVID-19 pandemic in Jordan.
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