Research Article

A Critical Study on Pandemic Online Teaching Challenges and Its Impact on Teaching Learning Methods


  • Ambreen Khanam Assistant Professor Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Jazan University Jazan, Saudi Arabia


The covid-19 pandemic has adversely affected the economy, business and human lifestyle, which proved to be very destructive in the decade years. Worldwide, many countries have implemented control measures like temporary suspension of schools, offices, and stores and social segregation between the countries. In this pandemic condition, most universities, schools and colleges started to implement digitalized learning processes globally. This study investigated the online teaching challenges and their impact on teaching-learning methods during the covid-19 pandemic.  This research explored the various aspects and dimensions of online education teaching and learning practices which are prevalent in education sectors. The study is conclusive, and it provided specific suggestions, recommendations and conclusions for improving online TLP (teaching-learning practices) in higher education sectors. The primary data was collected from 100 teachers and 100 students in some selected colleges through a structured questionnaire. The secondary data was collected from various published sources like journals, magazines and articles from 2019 to till date. Further, the collected data has been processed in IBM SPSS software for statistical analysis and testing of the hypothesis; based on the analysis, the ANOVA, chi-square, standard deviation, mean, frequency distribution and graphs were plotted in the analysis part. Based on the analysis, the result of the study indicated that the majority of the respondents are adapted to online learning practices, and they motivate themselves to attend online classes during the pandemic period. The survey of the study indicated that there is a positive impact on students’ perception towards online learning systems and the adaption practices in the higher education sector. The quality of online learning depends upon the teaching pedagogy, innovative teaching methodology, collaborative learning and motivating students during the online learning process. The teaching faculties should motivate the students through their effective teaching method to engage the students in entire online classes. The teachers should appreciate and encourage the students during online learning to motivate and engage themselves in attending the classes. The teachers need to improve their teaching pedagogy during their online classes to engage and motivate the students during this pandemic period.

Article information


International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation

Volume (Issue)

5 (12)





How to Cite

Khanam, A. (2022). A Critical Study on Pandemic Online Teaching Challenges and Its Impact on Teaching Learning Methods. International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation, 5(12), 28–40.