An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities)




This study aimed to reveal the attitudes and perceptions of Palestinian students of the distance education system in the period of the Corona pandemic. The study adopted the descriptive analytical approach, and the study population consisted of school students in the three educational stages (primary, middle, and secondary) in the North region, and the study sample consisted of 1075 male and female students, who were reached by the random cluster method. The questionnaire was used as a tool for data collection after verifying its validity and reliability. The study reached the following results: students' attitudes towards the distance education system for the preparatory and secondary educational stages came to a moderate degree. As for the primary stage, it came with a high score. It was also found that there are statistically significant differences in students' attitudes to the distance education system, due to the educational stage. In light of the results of the study, it is recommended: Giving students and teachers training courses in the field of e-learning and distance education, with the aim of educating them and guiding them on this new style of education and focusing on the role of each in the teaching and learning process. As well as developing new plans and programs that work to enhance the psychological immunity of students at all educational levels.