The Educational Impact of Distance Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic on Students' Interaction in the Educational Process

Faisal Bin Shabib Mosleet Alsubaie


Due to the widespread impact of the Covid 19 pandemic, teachers and students were driven to relocate their teaching learning practices to the safety of their own homes. The goal of this research was to learn how Saudi students felt about distance learning online during the lockout of the College of Science and Humanities at Sulail, Prince Sattam Bin Abdullah University. Multiple methods were used to complete the study. Researchers collected data from  152  degree students of Management,Computer Science, English, Islamic Studies, Arabic department to rate their satisfaction with online learning settings using a Likert scale ranging from one to five points. A mixed research strategy was chosen for the study's purposes, with descriptive analysis used for the quantitative data analysis and content analysis used for the qualitative data analysis. Although some respondents expressed enthusiasm for online distance learning, the vast majority reported difficulties with the format and stated a preference for traditional in-person classes. Some students have expressed enthusiasm for this form of distance education. The study concluded that the findings can help policymakers and professors construct effective or efficient teaching ways to overcome difficult situations or pandemics, which is a summary of the study's main points.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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