The Impact of the Changing Educational Decisions on Students of the Jordanian Universities

Mariam Al-Khalidi


This study aims to know the impact of changing educational decisions in light of the Corona pandemic on students, and the researcher built the study tool, which is a questionnaire consisting of 30 paragraphs on the impact of changing educational decisions. The study sample consisted of (70) male and female students from the University of Jordan and Al-Balqa Applied University, and the researcher will distribute it electronically due to the current pandemic conditions. The researcher will use the statistical package program (SPSS) to analyze the results as follows: Extracting the arithmetic means and standard deviations to answer the first question, using the t-test for independent samples and one-way analysis of variance to answer the second question and examining the study hypotheses. Results indicates that the arithmetic mean for the behavioral dimension ranged between (3.1286-4.2000), and the highest arithmetic mean was for paragraph (13) with a mean of (4.2000) and with a very good degree. Results also indicates that "there are statistically significant differences between the variable educational decisions attributed to the university at the level of significance (α = .05) in favor of the University of Jordan. It is noted from the results of the one-way analysis of variance on the averages of the total marks on the questionnaire of the impact of the variable educational decisions in Table (9) that there is a statistically significant difference between the mean scores of the students on the questionnaire of the variable decisions according to their average at the university.

Keywords: Educational Decisions, Corona pandemic, The University of Jordan, Al Balqa Applied University

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/13-2-07

Publication date: January 31st 2023


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