Research Article

Teachers’ Evaluation of Online Education during COVID-19 Outbreak



The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the biggest and longest school closures worldwide. Over one billion students were sent home away from their schools, teachers, and classmates to study remotely. Teachers in Morocco have opted for different tech tools and platforms to ensure the continuity of education. The study focused on teachers’ evaluation of online education during the pandemic. 711 Moroccan teachers from different regions all over Morocco took part in the study. The study adopted a quantitative approach to collect data through an online survey questionnaire. The SPSS software was used to analyze data. The findings revealed that male teachers had different opinions and experiences regarding online education than their female colleagues. The results obtained can be of use in making future decisions concerning the implementation of teaching and learning online programs in Morocco, considering the teachers’ gender and effective use of educational technologies.

Article information


Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies

Volume (Issue)

4 (3)





How to Cite

Mounjid, B., & Amrani, F. (2022). Teachers’ Evaluation of Online Education during COVID-19 Outbreak. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies, 4(3), 140–145.



Online education, evaluation, COVID19, Moroccan teachers