Financial Obstacles and Disadvantages of E-Learning From The Viewpoint of Dammam Teachers
Keywords:E-Learning, COVID-19, Teachers, Ancient learning, Students
The efforts of containing the novel virus (COVID-19) have begun to show signs of psychological impact on
teachers and students across the globe. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many school districts have
closed for the remainder of the academic year. These closures are unfortunate because, for many students,
schools are their only source of trauma-informed care and supports. When schools reopen, they must
develop a comprehensive plan to meet their students’ the potential mental health needs as social distancing
and awareness campaigns can be a double-edged sword, if handled inadequately. This paper evaluated the
challenges of teachers in Dammam in e-learning during the period of the new coronavirus (COVID-19)
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