Critical Success Factor For E-learning in the Covid -19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Jordan
Keywords:Wards: E-learning, COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, Teachers, Students, Classroom, Education, Challenges, Jordan.
The questionnaire was in three parts. Part A was Availability of E-learning requirements related to technical, administrative and financial aspects Part B was Disadvantages of E-learning and Part C E-learning obstacles. And It was written using Google Forms, and the link was shared through multimedia. The reliability of instrument was determined. Data collected were analyzed using simple percentage and t_test and Anova was used to test the hypotheses. The result collected and analyzed showed that; the majority of study (84.0%) respondents were in the middle age between 29 to 48 years old. Males were accounted for less than one fifth (18.0%) of sample. And we found out through the results teachers with 12 to 22 years of experience found of obstacles of E- learning in comparison with those with the lowest number of years of experience, and that state schools have more obstacles than private schools.
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