International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 13 - Issue 3 (10) | PP: 524 - 538 Language : English
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/EPS2024.13.3.10
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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Asynchronous Online English Language Learning in Private and Public Schools in Palestine during the Outbreak of COVID -19

Samira Lotfy Issa Mahmoud
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
25/2/2024 17/3/2024 17/4/2024 26/6/2024
Abstract
Objectives: The present study sought to "Evaluate the Effectiveness of Asynchronous Online English Language Learning in Private and Public Schools in Palestine during the Outbreak of COVID 19". Methods: The study adopts a case- control study design (case- referent study), one type of observational study in which two existing groups differing in outcome are identified and compared on the basis of some predetermined causal attributes (Mann, 2003). Results: As shown in the study results, asynchronous learning was significantly higher in private schools (4.05 +- 0.58) (t (383) = 5.765, p = 0.00). The results of the study showed that the perception of asynchronous learning in reading skill was the highest, with an average of (3.6) for the study sample, followed by speaking skill with an average of (3.5), writing skill with an average of (3.4), and the listening skill which got the last rank with an average of (3.2). Conclusions: The researcher made several recommendations regarding the readiness of asynchronous learning in teaching English, which were as follows: Teachers are advised to be provided with appropriate training and qualification to use educational technology and apply best practices to online teaching, Teachers are advised to plan and design educational content well according to the learning objectives and needs of the students.


How To Cite This Article
Mahmoud , S. L. I. (2024). Evaluating the Effectiveness of Asynchronous Online English Language Learning in Private and Public Schools in Palestine during the Outbreak of COVID -19. International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 13 (3), 524-538, 10.31559/EPS2024.13.3.10

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