Predicting the Effect of COVID-19 on Education Process in Turkey

Abal, Sema
CELIK, Methi
ARISOY, Mehmet
COVID-19 has affected education. Education is one of the areas affected. Although many countries closed educational institutions, as the government policy offered, Turkey continued through distance education. The aim of this study is finding out the effects of distance education on assignments and exams, distance education satisfaction level, and effects of some factors ( gender, employment status, state of education, age) on education. Sampling group consisted of 683 volunteer parents of students selected by simple random sampling method. "Distance Education Activities Satisfaction Scale" was developed for data collection Results show that gender and employment status created a significant difference in distance education satisfaction level; and state of education created a significant difference in effect of distance education on assignments and exams, distance education satisfaction level, and effect of COVID-19 on education. Furthermore, the effect of COVID-19 on education was predicted by some variables; effect of distance education on assignments and exams, parents' state of education and distance education satisfaction level.


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Citation Formats
D. GORGULU, S. Abal, M. CELIK, and M. ARISOY, “Predicting the Effect of COVID-19 on Education Process in Turkey,” HACETTEPE UNIVERSITESI EGITIM FAKULTESI DERGISI-HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 994–1006, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: