Online learning effects on students with learning disabilities: Parents’ perspectives

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Ayed Hanna Ziadat


The study aimed to investigate the parent’s perspectives toward the effect of online learning on their child’s learning, particularly, the ones with learning disabilities. This descriptive study randomly selected one hundred and ninety-three parents with students with learning difficulties. All participants received an online designed form of survey to achieve study objectives. The results carryout that:  the parents has medium perspectives toward the effects of online learning, while they have high perspectives toward factors related to their children . Furthermore, there is a statistically significant impact of online learning on the learning of students with learning difficulties and the effects of online learning on students learning disabilities differ based on their disability and are higher in case of multiple learning difficulties.


Keywords: Online learning; Parents perspectives; Students; learning disabilities; Dyslexia; Dyscalculia; Dyspraxia.


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Ziadat, A. H. (2021). Online learning effects on students with learning disabilities: Parents’ perspectives. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 16(2), 759–776.