الإصدار الحادي عشر: ٦ يونيه ٢٠٢١
من مجلة الشرق الأوسط للنشر العلمي

Distance Learning: The Attitude of Stakeholders Towards Distance Learning in Arab School, Their Motivation and Interests for the Distance Learning Process

Amna Said Ahmed, & Kawther Younes

Abstract

There is general agreement and especially in the wake of the Corona plague that the school must change to address the changing social and technological needs. In the Arab sector we see a drastic change that has not been so successful and the learning process seems so far away on the students and teachers and many factors that affect the teaching process. Following the Corona crisis, all schools were forced to switch to distance learning, and Arab society faced a real test that revealed many gaps. The article presents data on the attitude of stakeholders towards distance learning, their motivation for distance learning and their interests if any. The corona crisis was an opportunity for most schools to change to a new and more effective reality, but in Arab society they encountered a reality that revealed a gap between the reality and the capabilities found and the application. It was found that most teachers do not have the appropriate technological knowledge for this change, are not talented at a good level, most students do not have enough computers to conduct their lessons remotely, principals are stressed and they only receive instructions without clarification, in addition to problems and gaps related to infrastructure in the Arab sector

Keywords

distance learning, stakeholders (teachers, principals, parents), motivation, teaching in Arab society

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