The Extent of The Commitment of The General Education Teachers to The Ethics Of E-Learning in The Corona Pandemic (Covid-19)


  • Maher Ahmed Hassan Imam Abdul rahman Bin Faisal University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


General Education Teachers, E-Learning Ethics, Corona Pandemic


The Corona pandemic (Covid-19) negatively affected educational entities all over the world, and forced countries to suspend the educational operation, close the schools, and use e-learning platforms to deliver education to students at all stages, that imposes the commitment to the e-learning ethics to control the students' and teachers' digital behaviors and practices during electronic lessons, so this study came to identify the extent of the commitment of public education teachers to the ethics of e-learning in light of the Corona pandemic in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The study used the descriptive approach, and a questionnaire was applied to a stratified random sample of (1274) teachers in primary, middle and secondary schools in Dammam and Al-Khobar. The study concluded that teachers are committed to e-learning ethics, and that there are statistically significant differences among responses of the sample at the level of significance of (α ≤ 0.001) in the teachers' commitment to e-learning ethics, according to the variables (gender and educational stage) in favor of both females and the primary stage.