Saudi Arabian Elementary Teachers’ Perceptions of ELearn Technology During COVID-19 Pandemic

Munirah Alyousef, Tennessee State University


The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate the perceptions of primary school teachers in public education schools towards eLearn Technology during the COVID-19 pandemic. The researcher relied on comprehensive and follow-up questions through the qualitative approach. The interviews were conducted by the researcher who relied on both face-to-face and video interviews. The recordings were used for the documentation for qualitative research and then analyzed by the researcher. The researcher highlighted the results of the study by classifying teachers' perceptions about the mechanisms of eLearn technology and its uses through the study questions. The study concluded with a set of suggestions from participants after determining their perceptions of eLearn technology. Considering the interview responses of the study participants, we can see patterns related to the reasons that encourage primary school teachers to prefer eLearn technology. In practice, the participants were aware while using eLearn technology that they were not prepared to use eLearn technology platforms, and they were forced to develop themselves through independent courses, reading and research.

Subject Area

Educational leadership|Education|Educational evaluation|Educational technology

Recommended Citation

Munirah Alyousef, "Saudi Arabian Elementary Teachers’ Perceptions of ELearn Technology During COVID-19 Pandemic" (2023). ETD Collection for Tennessee State University. Paper AAI30313376.