EFFECT OF PANDEMIC BASED ONLINE EDUCATION ON TEACHING AND LEARNING SYSTEMS
This research project aimed to analyze the effects of pandemic-based online education on learning and teaching systems. This research study was conducted to understand the impacts of COVID-19 on education, learning, and teaching systems. The questionnaire was made and filled out by the targeted audience. This research was conducted in Institute of Health and Business Management Jinnah Sindh Medical University Karachi-Pakistan.
COVID-19 pandemic has disturbed most sectors worldwide, including the educational arena that includes countless enrolled students and active professors who recently had physical classes within their institutions and got stuck in the home because of the outbreak. To maintain the education and learning process, on-line classes were started in the majority of the countries. With this method, learning and teaching happen via technology that is fairly new to the whole teaching and learning community.
Likert Scale questionnaire was used in this research project. And the analysis was done by using Microsoft Excel. The popular size in this research study was 235. The data was collected from students. After creating a questionnaire, the questionnaires were distributed to the targeted population. This research was aimed to understand how much the learners were satisfied with online classes and what problems they have faced during online classes in the time of the pandemic.
The data was collected from 235 participants (learners/students). The study results have shown that the majority of respondents were satisfied with the online pandemic-based education on learning and teaching systems. But the results also showed that many of the respondents had faced a lot of problems during online education. Many respondents have to deal with internet problems and many other issues. And results have shown that the sudden transition from physical classes to online education was very difficult for students because they were not properly trained.