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Author :Dr. Mahmud M. Barghoot
University College of Science and Technology Students’ Attitudes towards E-Learning during Corona Pandemic, in Relation to Some VariablesAbstract This research aims to explore the University College of Science and Technology students’ attitudes towards e-learning during Corona Pandemic, as perceived by them. Descriptive analytical approach was used. A 30-item questionnaire was developed and applied on a sample of 307 male and female students enrolled at the College in the first semester of 2020/2021. To answer the research questions, the researcher used several statistical methods. Results showed that the level of such attitudes was low with a relative weight of 55.5 %, and no statistically significant differences as of the students’ attitudes can be attributed to some variables gender, the department, and the academic degree of the student’s major. Key Words: Attitudes, Palestinian University Students, E-Learning, Corona Pandemic  

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Author :Nasser N. Hasan
The Consequences of Exams Cancellation During COVID-19: The Case of KuwaitABSTRACT COVID-19 pandemic impacted many aspects of our lives, and the educational aspect is not exempted. Regular testing and assessment procedures were no longer available. Therefore, many countries decided to cancel the final tests. Kuwait is one of them. This decision resulted in a dramatic increase in the high school passing rates compared to pre-pandemic years in Kuwait’s three school divisions. Even more, the distributions of the cumulative percentage were significantly shifted toward high levels. This impact, in return, induced post-high school admission concerns regarding future academic failure. This study provides an analysis of final exams status pre- and post Covid-19, as well as future perspectives. Keywords: Formative & Summative testing, Classroom assessment, Undergraduate admission, School lock-down.

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Author :Dr. Nilly H. El-Amrousy
The Role of Digital Educational and Training Platforms in Enhancing Psychological Competence of University Faculty Members in Coping with the Corona Virus Pandemic (COVID-19)Abstract The aim of the current research is to explore the role of digital educational and training platforms in enhancing the psychological competence of faculty members at King Khalid University (KSA) in coping with the Corona pandemic (COVID19). It also explores differences between the responses of faculty members about the role of digital educational and training platforms in enhancing psychological efficiency that can be attributed to the demographic variables (gender - academic rank - experience – specialization). The sample consisted of 212 faculty members at King Khalid University in Saudi Arabia. Results revealed that the use of digital educational and training platforms has a significant effective role in enhancing psychological efficiency in its dimensions (personal, academic and social). It also showed that there are statistically significant differences between the responses of faculty members about the role of electronic educational and training platforms in enhancing psychological competence in its various dimensions due to the gender variable, as well as in the dimension of social competence due to the variable of academic rank, and in the dimension of personal competence due to the variable of experience. No statistically significant differences exist due to the specialization. Key words: Educational platforms and digital training, Psychological Competence, Pandemic Corona (COVID-19).

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Author : Fawzeyah H. Mobarki- Dr. Mohamed N. AL-Ibrahim
The Reality of Using Electronic Tests in Regard to Age Variable by Secondary School Female Students in Jazan Region during Covid-19 Pandemic Abstract The study aims to explore the reality of using electronic tests in regard to age variable during Corona Covid-19 Pandemic as perceived by secondary school female students in Jazan region. The study sample (n=341) were randomly chosen and distributed. The descriptive analytical approach was adopted and the questionnaire was used as a tool. Results revealed no significant statistical difference attributed to age variable in using e-tests by Jazan secondary school students during Covid-19 Pandemic. The study recommends informative sessions training programs for both students and teachers to use e-tests via the various smart available devices, and establishing an effective digital infrastructure. Key words: Future Gate, e-learning, Learning platforms, e-tests, Pandemic impact on education

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Author :Prof. Rashed A. AlSahel Aisha A. AlObaidly Anwar A. Bokubar
Psychological and Behavioral Changes Occurred to Children During the Lock-down Related to COVID-19Abstract This study aims to explore the psychological and behavioral changes that occurred to children during lock-down period related to COVID-19. The tool of the study is divided into three parts: 1- psychological disorders experienced by children during lock down, 2- behavioral disorders exhibited by children during lock down, 3- noticeable positive behavioral changes of children during lock down. The study, also, identified differences related to demographic variables: respondent gender (father / mother), current marital status, educational level, duration of lock down. The study sample consisted of 1294 parents who had children between the ages of 6 and 12 years. Results showed the emergence of moderate-degree changes in the negative and positive directions, due to their presence with their family members during lock-down period. Keywords: Covid-19, lock down, Psychological and behavioral changes, Psychological and behavioral disorders.

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Author :Dr. Khaled M. Al-Rumeidi - Dr. Najlaa Gh. Alazmi
Domestic Violence during COVID-19 Lockdown in KuwaitAbstract The study aims to know the degree of Domestic violence during lock down imposed due to the novel Covid19 virus pandemic in Kuwait. The study adopted the descriptive analytical approach. A 16-item questionnaire was developed, covering three domains: verbal violence, physical violence, psychological violence. The sample (n=862) were randomly selected from available members of the Kuwaiti society. Results revealed a low degree of domestic violence during such period, and no statistically significant differences to be attributed to the current marital status of the head of the family (married/divorced). However, statistically significant differences do exist related to residence governorate; favoring Al-Ahmadi. No statistically significant differences exist due to the educational level or monthly income of the head of the household. Keywords: Lockdown, COVID-19, Domestic violence.

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Author :Dr. Doa’a A. Al-Hazemi
The Impact of a Proposed Training Program on the Development of Bio-Ethical Concepts and Information Literacy Related to the Corona Pandemic among Science Teachers in the Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaAbstract This study aims to explore the impact of a proposed training program on the development of bio-ethical concepts and information literacy specific to the Corona Pandemic among science teachers in Saudi Arabia. The researcher used the quasi-experimental approach in accordance with the pre-post-test design through designing and then implementing a training program on 126 science teachers. The sample was chosen and trained online based on the availability principle. To achieve the study goal, two dimensions were used: the examination of bio-ethical concepts specific to the Corona Pandemic and the measurement of information literacy. Findings showed that there are statistically significant differences P< 0.05 between the science teachers’ mean scores in the pre and post stage implementation of bio-ethical concepts exam specific to Corona Pandemic. Also, there are no statistically significant differences among the study sample mean score measuring information literacy that may be attributed to the variables: qualification, school district, and experience years. Key words: Training program, Development of information literacy, Bio-ethical concepts, Corona Pandemic, science teachers.  

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Author :Prof. Fawziah B. Albakr -Rawan S. Alharbi - Nada S. Alsobhi
Saudi Primary School Students’ Mothers’ Satisfaction with on-line Learning Experience during Corona PandemicAbstract This study aims to explore satisfaction of mothers of primary school students in Saudi Arabia with distance education for their children during the Corona pandemic. Using descriptive approach, results showed that: Satisfaction of mothers of primary school pupils with the school’s interaction was moderate, with an arithmetic mean 1.83 out of 3. Satisfaction of mothers of primary school students with evaluation process was of a medium degree with a mean 1.83 out of 3. Impact of distance education on learning outcomes during the pandemic as seen by mothers is of a little impact with a mean 1.55 out of 3. Difficulties faced by mothers of primary school students with a medium degree with a mean 2.13 out of 3 as they are forced to educate their children on their own and the incapability of the children to rely on themselves in their study. Key words: Distance Education, Online Learning, Education Outcomes, Electronic Assessment, Community-School Partnership.  

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