International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Education Management | Qatar | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020 | Rating: 7.4 / 10


Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Teachers, Learners and Family: Education and Global Health Crisis

Rasha Mohammed Abdelmageed | Suha Majeed Mohammed Hussein | Sabah Ramadan Hussein Ahmed [3]


Abstract: The epidemic of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) is of significant concern to global educational systems. The school closures of COVID-19 left over one billion students out of school. The aim of this study was to investigate impact of COVID-19 pandemic on teachers, learners and family. Methodology: The current article was searched using a variety of key words such as Coronavirus and/or students, COVID-19 and/or education, COVID-19 disease and/or teachers, and COVID-19 and/or learners, Coronavirus and/or family, COVID-19 and/or online learning, COVID-19 and/or e-learning, COVID-19 and/or social distance, COVID-19 and/or school closure, Virtual learning, Technology, mental health. Those articles were derivative from the World Health Organization (WHO) agendas and rules. Other data related to COVID-19 and reported cases were conducted utilizing seven electronic databases (CINAHL, MEDLINE, ProQuest, PubMed, Scopus, Science Direct, and Cochrane) for studies published in various languages from June 2020 to October 2020. The findings suggest that COVID-19 has detrimental effects on education, including learning disruptions, limited access to education and research services, employment losses, and increased student debt. The results also indicate that during the Coronavirus pandemic, many educators and students relied on technology to ensure online continued learning. Though, weak substructure, counting network, electricity, inaccessibility and unavailability problems and poor digital skills, have hampered online education. The study highlights the negative impact of COVID-19 on the educational institutions, and the need for all schools and universities, teachers and students to accept and develop their digital skills in line with evolving international education developments and necessities.


Keywords: COVID-19, Education, School closure, online learning, Technology, Virtual learning, mental health, schools, universities


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020,


Pages: 1159 - 1170


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