Critical Success Factor For E-learning in the Covid -19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Jordan

Authors

  • Tasneem Alayed
  • Tala. H. Sasa
  • Nawal Bahtiti
  • Eman Al Muhur

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v16i1.17652

Keywords:

Wards: E-learning, COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, Teachers, Students, Classroom, Education, Challenges, Jordan.

Abstract

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.

Author Biographies

Tasneem Alayed

Lecture in Professor,  Basic Science Department, Faculty of Arts and Science, Applied Science Private University, P.O.Box 166Amman 11931 Jordon

Tala. H. Sasa

Lecture in Professor,  Basic Science Department, Faculty of Arts and Science, Applied Science Private University, P.O.Box 166Amman 11931 Jordon

Nawal Bahtiti

Lecture in Professor,Basic Science Department, Faculty of Arts and Science, Applied Science Private University, P.O.Box 166Amman 11931 Jordon

Eman Al Muhur

Assistant Professor, Basic Science Department, Faculty of Arts and Science, Applied Science Private University, P.O.Box 166Amman 11931 Jordon

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Published

2021-11-30

How to Cite

Tasneem Alayed, Tala. H. Sasa, Nawal Bahtiti, & Eman Al Muhur. (2021). Critical Success Factor For E-learning in the Covid -19 Pandemic: A Case Study in Jordan. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 16(1), 1155–1164. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v16i1.17652