Factors Affecting in Achievement of Universal Courses Objective by Using Distance Education during COVID-19 Pandemic

Haroon Tawarah, Omar Musa Mahasneh, Walaa Al-Shuaybat


The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has caused countries to resort to using distance education, as the study tried to uncover the factors that affect in the achievement of universal courses objective by using distance education during (COVID-19) pandemic. The researchers used the relational descriptive Methodology through the questionnaire Instrument. The questionnaire consisted of (24) items distributed on (6) factors (Effectiveness of Students, Effectiveness of faculty members, Methods of Distance Teaching, Motivation of Students, Availability of facilities and Achieving of course objectives). The study sample consisted of (1320) students from university colleges in Jordan, which were chosen by the Available sample method. The appropriate statistical analysis represented by the path analysis was found through the IBM SPSS Statistics. The results of the study showed the validity of the study hypotheses and that the specific factors (Effectiveness of Students, Effectiveness of faculty members, Methods of Distance Teaching, Motivation of Students and Availability of facilities) affect the Achieving of course objectives. According to the results of the research, the researchers recommended concerned universities in taking the factors found in the study to improve the effectiveness of distance education. Where the research contributes to supporting e-learning by developing it as a method of distance education and identifying the most important factors that affect its achievement of the objectives of the courses, especially in countries where the use of e-learning is considered a preliminary experience due to the Corona pandemic, which has not happened previously, and the state did not resort Jordanian to rely on him previously.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v11n8p43


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