Key findings for access and quality of online learning during lockdown.
The "Online Learning in Jordan" report reflects the perspectives of parents, teachers, and students in Jordanian public and private schools on their online learning experience.
1.1 Use Of Devices
1.2 INTERNET CONNECTIVITY
Respondents who indicated that they “never” or ”sometimes” faced internet connectivity challenges did not seem to be negatively impacted. However, the 19% of respondents who consistently faced internet connectivity challenges seemed to have a negative overall experience
Quality of online learning
Although the survey found that 61% did not want to continue with online learning due to the school-based online learning program or other reasons while only 16% wanted to continue with online learning. There were key factors that emerged that seemed to impact respondents’ satisfaction with online learning: