2023, Vol. 10, Issue 2, Part A
A survey study on impact of online classes on stress level among school childrenAuthor(s):
Dr. Moirangthem Ebhion Singh and Komal GoelAbstract:
Coronavirus has demonstrated to be a significant troublesome part of human existence across the world. Prominently, there has been a critical change in the ordinary lifestyle with individuals being needed to isolate to prevent spread of the disease. In education, the limitations have made it mandatory usage of online learning. This paper features the impact of online learning on stress level among school children to analyze their psychological well-being.
Samples: 337 school students from Delhi/ Ghaziabad schools took part in an online survey.
Tool: “Perceived Stress Questionnaire (PSQ)” developed by Levenstein et al., 1993. Descriptive statistics was applied.
Result: The mean of PSQ among the students was 2.61; mean of male students was 2.59 and mean of female students was 2.63. And PSQ Index score among the students was 0.81 which is higher.
Conclusion:The study has shown that online learning has been a significant reason of stress despite being a solution to the challenges of the Covid 19 lockdown to learning. Pages: 01-04 | 63 Views 28 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
How to cite this article:
Dr. Moirangthem Ebhion Singh, Komal Goel. A survey study on impact of online classes on stress level among school children. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(2):01-04.