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COVID-19 Impact on Education and Work in the Kingdom of Bahrain: Survey Study

PP: 427-433
Osama Yaseen M. Al-Rawi, Wisam Subhi Al-Dayyeni, Ibrahim Reda,
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted teaching and work in the entire world. The COVID-19 reshaped the management of education and work leading to a rethinking of new approaches in the education system or the business environment. A lot of studies and reports were published over the world analyzing and discussing the current situation and looking for solutions and alternatives to overcome this crisis. This paper discusses the impact of the COVID- 19 pandemic in education and work environments in the Kingdom of Bahrain using the survey method. Also, it reviewed the precautionary measures that were taken by the Kingdom to confront this dangerous pandemic. In addition, it discussed the use of digital tools and technology, which will help to overcome the problems initiated during the pandemic. An online survey was performed by distributing 12 research questions to different people in the Kingdom of Bahrain. 210 answered the questionnaire, and the data were analyzed with statistical software. Overall findings of this study indicated that the online learning transition in the Kingdom of Bahrain was successful because most of the respondents agreed with the use of online learning. Moreover, the respondents who had jobs revealed that COVID-19 affected their work.

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