E-learning for Physical Education Students During Coronavirus Pandemic

  • Mouloud Kenioua Institute of Physical Education and Sport University of Ouargla
  • Nawal Krine Krine Institute of Physical Education and Sport University of Ouargla
Keywords: e-learning, coronavirus, physical education students

Abstract

Topicality.The Corona virus, which appeared at the end of December 2019, expanded and spread throughout the world, and has become a pandemic threatening all individuals in all economic, political, social, sports, and educational fields.Research Purpose.The current study aims to find out the effectiveness of e-learning for physical education students, by analyzing the continuity and obstacles to e-learning, and the extent of students „interaction with e-learning. Methods.The e-learning questionnaire was used on physical education students. An online survey was fulfilled by 225 students (male/female) of the Institute of Physical Education and Sports University of Ouargla, in Algeria. Research Result.The results showed that the level of effectiveness of e-learning in light of the spread of the coronavirus for physical education students was medium, and the results were the same for the continuity of e-learning, e-learning obstacles, and student interaction with e-learning. Conclusion. After the results achieved in the current study, it became necessary to invest in students‟ positive directions towards e-learning, develop plans and programs to benefit from these directions, and give training courses in the field of e-learning, and emphasizing the need for attention by the university to introduce the method of e-learning in university education.

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Published
2021-04-01
How to Cite
KeniouaM., & KrineN. K. (2021). E-learning for Physical Education Students During Coronavirus Pandemic. Physical Education, Sport and Health Culture in Modern Society, (1(53), 43-48. https://doi.org/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-01-43-48
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Technologies of education in physical training