Evaluation of the Distance Education Process based on Teachers’ Opinions during the Covıd-19 Pandemic

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  • Zeki Öğdem Kırşehir Ahi Evran University
  • Emre Sönmez




Distance education, COVID-19, teacher, phenomenological design


This study aims to examine the quality of distance education activities carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic, based on teachers’ feedback from primary and secondary schools. In this context, the research was structured in a phenomenological design by employing a qualitative approach. The study participants consisted of 10 teachers determined by the maximum variation sampling method and the snowball sampling method. A semi-structured interview form developed by the researchers were used as data collection tools. The research data were collected through online interviews and also recorded. Research data were analyzed by the content analysis method. According to the findings of the study, teachers mostly used the EBA platform to conduct their distance education activities, school administrations provided limited support to teachers during the distance education process, students and parents had not shown significant interest in the distance education activities, students’ participation in the live classes, and their desire to learn, motivation were quite low, and teachers during the distance education process have experienced some systemic and technical problems on the EBA platform. Within the scope of the research, various suggestions were presented as per the research results.




How to Cite

Öğdem, Z., & Sönmez, E. (2022). Evaluation of the Distance Education Process based on Teachers’ Opinions during the Covıd-19 Pandemic. Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology, 10(1), 61–75. https://doi.org/10.52380/mojet.2022.10.1.351